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“Who’s afraid of The Big Bad Wolf?”
“I’ll huff and I’ll puff and I’ll blow your house down.”
“My, Grandma, what big teeth you have…”
“All the better to eat you with…”
We grew up with these tales of wolves.
But are wolves really bad-actors?
I thought about this recently while watching the 2010 movie, the remake of the classic “The Wolfman”. The portrayal of the main character is one of a monster who has sharp fangs, long claws and lives to dine on the blood of his victims during the full moon. Just like the animal, right?
Throughout history humans have feared the wolf because it is a large predator. At one hundred pounds for a male and slightly less for a female, a wolf is about the size of a German Shepherd. They are usually a mottled…
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