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i dont understand why they hunt them, i mean, say now right a wolf attacked my mom or farther thats a diffrent story. but if a wolf just looked at you they shoot it just for to laugh and stuff it with fur. i mean, like whats the point? Many people will shoot wolves if they get to near a town, or hu...
- Wed Jun 29, 2011 6:25 am
- Forum: WolfQuest News and Announcements Archive
- Topic: Minnesota State Government Shutdown Replies: 208
- Views: 19668
Thank you for the news Cana. I hope the forums do not have to be shut down, or if so for as little time as possible.
This is a topic all about the Culpeo. Culpeos are wild canids that live in South America. They are the second largest canid on the continent. They look sort of like a fox but they are not a species of fox. They are a very cool animal so since I couldn't find one already, I thought I'd start a topic...
I suppose I brought this topic up because Huskies look like wolves more than other dogs. It piqued my curiosity. I think the malamute looks more closely related, but I was watching something on animal planet that said the salukey is the oldest dog breed that was domesticated and still around today.
I don't think it'd be able to live by itself long because, well, (sorry in advance for using dogs as a example. xD) I've saw somewhere (I think animalplanet) that dogs with 'floppy' ears can't hear as well as dogs with pointy ears, So, they'd have a hard chance of survival because they wouldn't be ...
- Sun Jun 26, 2011 7:21 am
- Forum: Wolf Conservation
- Topic: Protection of wolves in Maine debated Replies: 6
- Views: 986
How about we find evidence of wolves in Maine before becoming worried about removing protections from them? No kidding - when I saw the title I was like "What?" I mean really.. I think they are becoming a bit too worried. I think "paranoid" is the word your looking for. :] Thanks for the share, Sel...