The Abyssinian wolves live in Bale mountains national park in Ethiopia in a Afroalpine habitat at an altitude of ~4000m. Only ~500 species of the Abyssinian wolf are still alive and it is the rarest canine species in the world.
On our trip to find this species we spotted wolves with cubs and I could observe them the next day by sitting at the foot of a rocky hill at about 100m distance. The following day I moved closer and after waiting for a couple of hours the male wolf stood suddenly in front of me and looked at me and decided that I was ok. The reward was that the cubs showed up and were playing a hunting game in front of me. I felt like being one with the wolves in perfect harmony.