The wild carnivore team is a group of DVM program students with a strong interest in zoological health and conservation biology. The team of students manages the carnivores maintained at the Wild Carnivore Facility and in the process students learn the intricacies of good captive management of wild species. Under the supervision of Dr. Kennedy-Stoskopf, students on the team coordinate and organize the daily routine management of the animals and facility and participate with faculty and residents in delivering routine physical examinations and diagnostic sample collection. The NCSU wolf pack is real! Currently Five red wolves (3.2) live at the Wild Carnivore Facility, providing the wild carnivore team students with a very applied education. Here is a short video created by Duke videographer Jim Rogalski about that experience.