“Of these the grey is the most numerous kind; but as I shall have occasion to speak of the large wolves hearafter, I shall say no more of them at present, but direct your attention to the second and very different species, the _prairie wolves_.”
“Of these the grey is the most numerous kind; but as I shall have occasion to speak of the large wolves hereafter, I shall say no more of them at present, but direct your attention to the second and very different species, the _prairie wolves_.”
“She says the wolves arrived in the area earlier this month as part of what she describes as the wolves 'normal travels in search of food.”
“Evil is slaughtering innocent wolves from a helicopter.”
“Many will be blinded by false prophets in wolves clothing masquerading as guardians of Democracy, peace, freedom and the American Way.”
“Predators could die off in such large numbers that Governor Palin could find it increasingly difficult to go out and shoot wolves from a helicopter; an activity she has not hesitated to endorse. peter”
“People who are pro hunting wolves, like myself, might be suprised, as I was, to learn that hunting wolves is not an easy task.”
“Desire to eliminate wolves is a sure sign of fear of wolves.”
“Both of the policies will likely result in wolves facing extinction again and being re-listed.”
“However, while your claim that an ecosystem without wolves is a malfunctioning one is logically valid, it is nonetheless false:”
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by Gary Soto
Like the cat he scratches the flea camping in fur.
Unlike the cat he delights in water up to his ears.
He frolics. He catches a crooked stick--
On his ...
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