Wolf attack: Frantic dad pries son's head out of wolf's jaws in bizarre attack

Aug 28, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Examiner.com

A wolf attack, the first ever documented in Minnesota on a human, happened to a 16-year-old boy in a north central Minnesota camp ground.

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Aug 29, 2013
 
I'm just glad the wolf did not bite his penis, like the spiteful girlfriend in that other story.
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Aug 29, 2013
 
DC tells it like it is wrote:
Alarming! But it was written a long time ago, this would start to happen. Animals are going to fight back sooner than later.
~holds up sign~ The End is Near!
Like that?
Animal Farm?
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Aug 29, 2013
 
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>If you ate a kid's head, you'd be sick too.
Truth is, I get woozy just thinking about it...

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<quoted text>Animal Farm?
Good point. Could be.

But yet, I seem to find *animals more civilized than humans. There is more order in the *animal kingdom.

*all nonhuman creatures.
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Aug 29, 2013
 
Maybe it was a werewolf. Oooooh!
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We should be trying to conserve the wild wolves in isolated areas, we also need to keep them in isolated areas. The DNR should not be re-introducing them into populated areas. Our ancestors nearly irradicated them not because they were evil but because of the threat to humans and domesticated animals. Wild animals should be wild and not be close to areas where humans frequent.
Would like to engage you in a lengthy discussion on this topic. There are parts of what you write that make sense, and other parts which, to me, tend to not.
Perhaps someday we can engage in an intellectual dust up over how we protect our kids and our wolves (et al) from further decimation.
Having lived in Id, Wy, and Mt, for a quarter of my life I understand the plight of family sheep farmers against the elements, including the wolves and coyotes.
I've also been privy to the unrestricted obliteration of wolf packs by corporate helicopter gun ships, in the bordering wilderness areas.

Seems lose-lose to me, yet the solutions all seem to cripple one side or the other...
Anyway, it's an important topic, and I certainly respect your views, which seem entrenched in the reality of your proximity to at least some parts of the problem(s).

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Dr Stinko wrote:
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Would like to engage you in a lengthy discussion on this topic. There are parts of what you write that make sense, and other parts which, to me, tend to not.
Perhaps someday we can engage in an intellectual dust up over how we protect our kids and our wolves (et al) from further decimation.
Having lived in Id, Wy, and Mt, for a quarter of my life I understand the plight of family sheep farmers against the elements, including the wolves and coyotes.
I've also been privy to the unrestricted obliteration of wolf packs by corporate helicopter gun ships, in the bordering wilderness areas.
Seems lose-lose to me, yet the solutions all seem to cripple one side or the other...
Anyway, it's an important topic, and I certainly respect your views, which seem entrenched in the reality of your proximity to at least some parts of the problem(s).
Ok, lets start with what you agree on, and we will go from there!

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In some areas, wolves become habituated to humans, eating garbage, handouts, pet food and things of that nature that associates humans with food and reduces the fear of man. For many years, wolves were hunted(perhaps over-hunted) and wolf attacks were rather rare. They are wild animals, not pets. They are capable of pulling down large game, 1,000 lb elk, so an unarmed human is no sweat. This one sounds like a sick animal. Our friends near our camp had a very large coyote(@75lbs) enter their barn snarling and snapping at the cows, rabid, killed with a shovel. They called it a wolf, but it was a coyote, althoogh a recent study published in Outdoor Life did show many Eastern Coyotes have up to 50% wolf DNA. These crossbreeds are larger, tend to hunt in packs and are potentially more dangerous.

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First thing they teach you in scouting.... While camping, never rub raw meat on your head before sliding into your sleeping bag.

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I'd say this is a fluke.
The wolf had a deformed lower jaw. And since
he attacked alone he is a 'lone wolf' or not
part of a pack.(more than likely was run out
of a pack due to his abnormality)
I imagine he was just trying to survive alone.

He paid for it w/his life. You can't ask
for more than that.
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jumpinjack wrote:
First thing they teach you in scouting.... While camping, never rub raw meat on your head before sliding into your sleeping bag.
And peanut butter is OK,cause it keeps the mosquitoes away.?

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First thing they teach you in scouting.... While camping, never rub raw meat on your head before sliding into your sleeping bag.
In the Scouts, they teach you not to rub meat in general. That's the scoutmaster's job.

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What... oh... oooohhhhhh yea, that's true
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<quoted text>In the Scouts, they teach you not to rub meat in general. That's the scoutmaster's job.

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They should have made a house of bricks.

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I'd say this is a fluke.
No no no, it's either a wolf or a coyote.
Flukes tend to stay in the water.

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First thing they teach you in scouting.... While camping, never rub raw meat on your head before sliding into your sleeping bag.
The boy probably did not do this on purpose. I bet the boyscout leader rubbed the meat on the kids head while he slept. They have a tendency to do that in some boy scout packs.

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We had a wolf come to the house, he huffed and he puffed, and he got the munchies ate some doritos and brownies and layed down and now it has been 8 months and he still does not have a job and is mooching off us living in the basement.

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No no no, it's either a wolf or a coyote.
Flukes tend to stay in the water.
They´re also good at multi-measuring electrical stuff.

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The boy probably did not do this on purpose. I bet the boyscout leader rubbed the meat on the kids head while he slept. They have a tendency to do that in some boy scout packs.
I think they prefer to massage their mouths with meat.

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We had a wolf come to the house, he huffed and he puffed, and he got the munchies ate some doritos and brownies and layed down and now it has been 8 months and he still does not have a job and is mooching off us living in the basement.


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