Idaho Wolves ... Not for the timid to look at, but real

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  1. USNative

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    Since the Idaho Wolves Pics I posted are apparently not real , I got rid of them. Here's a Montana Wolf that Is Real and was shot at the Annual Montana Wolf Hunt. Pretty BIG Huh? Wolves here get as big as the ones in Idaho.

    Here, enjoy a Real Wolf Pic!
     

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  2. H-D

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    Dang all we have here are coyotes and coy dog mixes but a wild half rottweiler is spooky to see in the woods
     

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    attacks by wolves that are in this good shape are so rare..what 5 documented wolf attacks in last 50 years?? and 3 of those were females protecting the den area that the hunters had approached to close....even the Indians have so very few legends or storys of wolf attacks except when starving or protecting the den or young...
     
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    Well I guess thats a good point of living where I'm at.
    I Never seen nutt'in like that beast! :rolleyes:
     
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    why do you need tags? looks like you should get a free t shirt if you turn one in.
     
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    delete
     
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    Those wolves are huge! Wouldn't want to meet them in the dark of night.
     
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    I want a wolf tag
     
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    I think you know ?
     
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    Your proposition ought to be easy to answer. We're the examples dogs or bitches ? From the size, I'd suspect the latter, but I'm not familiar with wolf size/sex characteristics . >MW
     
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