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  • March 05, 2018

    Eurasian wolf in Poland - livestock-predator coexistence

    The wolf is a wild predator - a carnivore. Cows, sheep are herbivores - a potential predator’s prey. More so, they are domesticated animals, dependent on humans (farmers) at the cost of primal survival instinct no longer granting them safety in th...

  • January 29, 2018

    Yellowstone wolves - the apex predator's perspective

    Yellowstone National Park (USA) is the oldest national park in the world. Its territory covers three neighboring states - Wyoming (96% of the area), Montana and Idaho. This ground, cut by the canyon of the Yellowstone river, for 11 thousand years ...

  • October 24, 2017

    Let's talk about taming, domestication and consequences

    There is an article in the The New York Times science section[1] with Wolf Park puppies starring on some pics. I followed their growing-up process daily some time ago.[2] Two of five WP born ‘Twigglets’ were exchanged for a pair of wolf puppies fr...

  • October 03, 2017

    Could the lore help Eurasian wolf to survive

    Wataha, wadera, basior[1] - the Polish nomenclature itself sends shivers down the spine. It connotes hierarchy, fight for leadership, a pair alpha and domination - the whole outdated in modern times theory based on incorrect conclusions drawn duri...

  • August 16, 2017

    Canis lupus predatory sequence / prey drive

    The history of hunting with dogs is strictly related to the history of human and technological and cultural development. Throughout history the needs of the hunter evolved, the hunting formula also changed. Primitive spears and javelins have been ...