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    Wolves

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    Wolves The wolf was once a much slandered animal. In the western world, people feared and hated wolves, and this legacy is reflected in stories such as Little Red Riding Hood and The Boy Who Cried Wolf. In these popular children's tales the wolf is made out to be a prowler and a killer of livestock and people. There is some basis for The Boy Who Cried Wolf, for wolves have killed cattle and sheep. But what of Little Red Riding Hood? There are no records of wolves killing humans in Canada or the

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    Kill the Wolves

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    Kill the Wolves Bang! A shot rings out in the forest. “Another one down. That’s five this week.” In the early 1900s there were predator extermination teams that were paid for every wolf, mountain lion, and bear they brought dead to the ranger station. Why were these stopped? “It’s those damn tree-huggers again.” Reintroducing Wolves into the southwest is the biggest mistake the government has made in several years. Farmers and ranchers suffer some of the most losses from wolves out of

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    Dancing With Wolves

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    The film Dancing with Wolves takes place in South Dakota in 1863. John Dunbar is the main character who hurts his leg in battle and is sent to the frontier on a new mission as a Lieutenant. When Dunbar arrives in South Dakota he is there alone, no one else had made their way their yet. Dunbar gradually starts to live with the Indians and become one of them getting the name Dancing with Wolves. Another main character is Standing with a Fist, who marries Dancing with Wolves. Standing with a Fist is

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    Red Wolves

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    Red wolves are an important species to our environment there are numerous facts about native, North American species. One fact is the wolves’ physical characteristics. Secondly the interesting history and survival of the animal is another interesting fact. Third of all, the fact of the amazing habitat of the red wolf. The final fact is the threat to their existence. The first fact of the red wolves is their physical characteristics. These wonderful looking animals are not as large as one might think

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    Grey Wolves in Idaho

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    have been reshaping natural habitats to sustain our civilization, and in doing so we threaten the existence of native wildlife such as the Rocky Mountain Grey Wolf. In an attempt to right a wrong, Wildlife officials began reintroducing Canadian Grey Wolves. This too has created an imbalance causing citizens and officials of Idaho to take action into their own hands. It is my understanding, that these events developed into a threat as Idaho became more populated with human life. European settlers began

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    Wolves, Wild, Again

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    Wolves, Wild, Again For my last web paper, I thought I'd return to one of my childhood obsessions - wolves. Ever since seeing a cartoon rendition of the story "Mowgli's Brothers" from The Jungle Book (the real thing, not the horrible Disney "interpretations" of it) I fell in love with the idea of wolf-hood. Wolves were once an essential part of our "American culture" and although we drove them away and killed them off in our own country long ago, their importance in the American mind has not

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    An Analysis of “Singing to Wolves” The poem,  “Singing to Wolves” is a modern poem,  that tries to explain to the reader how wonderful solitude is,  but also considers it’s negative side,  with the example of a lonely girl.  The poem starts off with a brief encounter into the history of Wales,  and talks about the Llanthony monks,  who the reader is told were unloved by the Welsh,  and thus driven to a lonely life in the wilderness.  By reading this poem,  it seems as though being unloved is a

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    Wolves and Huskies are different and similar in many different ways. For example, huskies and wolves live in a completely different environment, but when a pack of each species gets together, the relationship and interaction is very similar. One of the different ways is what they eat. Wolves and huskies are used to a different eating style. Huskies are used to kibble when wolves go out and hunt for themselves. Dog food is made of a stomach lining called tripe. Most tripe is very nutritious and contains

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    Dances With Wolves

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    The film, Dances with Wolves, staring Kevin Costner gives a historically accurate presentation of the Sioux Indians and their way of life. In this production, Lieutenant John Dunbar, played by Costner, is rewarded for his heroic actions in the Civil War by being offered an opportunity to see the American frontier before it is gone. Dunbar is assigned to an abandoned fort where his only friends are a lone wolf and his beloved horse, Cisco. After several weeks of waiting for more American troops, a

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    Protect the Gray Wolves

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    Protect the Gray Wolves Long before the settlers started to make the United States their home, “American Indians lived long beside the Gray Wolf before settlers started to come here.” (Rowe, Mark) The wolf is native to the North American continent and has been inhabiting its land for centuries. It is a canid species, or member of the canine family and is a cunning, smart, fast, and sly animal. Gray wolves range in color from black, brown, gray, and white and also look like a grown German Shepherd

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