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Alaska State Troopers said yesterday that a woman found dead in Chignik Lake early this week was most likely killed in a wolf attack, and state authorities are on their way there to try to capture or kill the animals.

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JAFO wrote:
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????? Can someone please translate this for me ??
Thank you
"I like to kill animals and the wolves were killing some before I got a crack at them, so now I kill wolves too. Kill. KILL. KILL!!!!!!!"
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I bet she was on the rag. That drives animals apeshiit.
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Rob wrote:
all wolfs need shot on sight,there killing off are elk and moose,and now people in idaho they were transplanted and arent even a native species,glad we get to hunt them now
The wolves in Idaho have migrated from Canada and wolves have lived in Idaho for thousands of years.
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Wolf attacks on humans are almost unheard of.
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Dave wrote:
While this may be a tragic death it in no way warrants the destruction of the wolves. I am no animal rights activist or tree hugger, I am a hunter, sportsman, conservative minded American. I just feel that if we encroach on the animals turf, wether on an outing or building in their backyard, then we need to be vigilant and aware of the risks involved. If we are then attacked, maimed, or killed while there, that is a result of the risk we took. No need to kill an animal for what it does naturally. Same goes for the killing of alligators in Florida. Stop building in the wetlands and maybe your dog or child won't be eaten by an alligator.
This is Alaska and there are bad people in charge.
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They don't know for sure it was wolves. Maybe it was... werewolves?
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ohio lawyer wrote:
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The wolves in Idaho have migrated from Canada and wolves have lived in Idaho for thousands of years.
The wolfs in idaho today have been transplanted here by fish and wildlife.the wolfs we did have were smaller timber wolfs the moose we have are smaller than canadas there shira moose they dont stand a chance against the large canadian moose .so take that to court you lawyer ass
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if your going to get eaten by a wolf you should pack a poison pack so you kill what ever eats you
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When I read the headlines of wolves, I thought for sure it was an article about the republicans.
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I can't help but laugh at some of you people...You complain about a little 'ole coyote killing someones "cat" or "dog" here in Columbus areas, but you want to protect vicious wolves for killing a human being. We ARE talking about "ALASKA" here. Alaska is wilderness territory everywhere, unless it's in town.
I'm not saying to kill the wolves by no means, but consider one thing....They have PLENTY of 'em, it is Alaska.
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Rob wrote:
<quoted text> The wolfs in idaho today have been transplanted here by fish and wildlife.the wolfs we did have were smaller timber wolfs the moose we have are smaller than canadas there shira moose they dont stand a chance against the large canadian moose .so take that to court you lawyer ****
How can a "fish" transplant a wolf?? ha,ha,ha
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Tell these knuckle heads to keep out of their territory...Unless they can outrun them.

No sympathy, she should have known better.

Come on people, let's leave some wildnerness to the 'wild'.
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I was hoping this was Sarah Palin.....
If, only!

We can only hope she'll be gored by a moose, or killed in a drunken bar fight.

Please, god, please let it happen!
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ohio lawyer wrote:
Wolf attacks on humans are almost unheard of.
But always deserved.
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????? Can someone please translate this for me ??
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Used to live in Idaho. While a beautiful state, sadly this was average education level of the residents.
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But all the tree huggers tell us wolves aren't dangerous and should be reintroduced in the lower 48. Let's send all the tree huggers to Alask so they can bond with their beloved wolves.
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Meaning: Tree-Huggers have brought wolves into areas they aren't even native to. Said wolves are killing off everything else. And introducing deadly parasites to boot. Wolves need to be killed for the sake of the rest of us.
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Wolf attacks are exceedingly rare (so much so I wonder if a pack of wild dogs did this and the wolves are taking the blame), but bear attacks and mountain lion attacks have been a little more frequent. It seems as though these attacks often involve somebody running through the woods.
This is what I was thinking too. I believe that attacks on humans by healthy wolves is almost unheard of. But since this is probably all we'll hear of it from the Dispatch, I'll need to find a local Alaskan paper and watch for a follow up.
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Meaning: Tree-Huggers have brought wolves into areas they aren't even native to. Said wolves are killing off everything else. And introducing deadly parasites to boot. Wolves need to be killed for the sake of the rest of us.
This is Alaska, fruitcake. I've spent two summers there and you would regard me as a tree hugger. No one brings wolves to areas in Alaska. They are there and like any animal, they move around in response to conditions and look for food. And it is quite common to have grizzlies and moose right on the outskirts of Anchorage.

So get a brain and a life.
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Paul wrote:
When I read the headlines of wolves, I thought for sure it was an article about the republicans.
Nah. Those stories are about pigs. Wolves are much better than Republicans. So are pigs, actually. Pigs are smart.

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