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Offline Raw Matt18

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Wolfs... Friend or frenemy
« on: January 16, 2015, 04:24:57 pm »
I know for a fact I've been stalked by wolves. Every now and then I will go hunt in the woods for food just because raw meat is so expensive, plus i think hunting and being in nature has its own healing properties. I really want to hear people's opionions on this cause i think they will hunt humans. I think there also scarred, but one wolve may be scared another may not, just like humans so humans won't eat spiders and some will i think this may be the same with wolfs. But what I think is really going on is humans that are in the woods, for example lets say one person goes into the woods and gets jacked and eatin by wolfs, we now havè no statistic for that person. But I also tjink wolves won't attack humans that are in packs i think this mau be some reasons why there's confusin
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Re: Wolfs... Friend or frenemy
« Reply #1 on: January 17, 2015, 05:16:44 am »
There are very, very few records of people being attacked by wolves.

Where do you live? If wolves are in your area, it's more likely they were following you in hopes of scavenging off any kill you made, or feeding on the gut pile you left behind. Hunters commonly leave the organs of their kills and only take the muscle meat, so wolves, coyotes and bears have grown accustomed to following at a safe distance to get their share of the left overs once the humans have taken what they want.


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