Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Wolf Displays Full Trust And Submission To Woman Alone In The Woods.

She Wasn’t Alone

She Wasn’t Alone

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Snow and silence were her only companions. But something made the woman look over her shoulder. She could have sworn she heard footsteps coming from somewhere in the forest, and she was right. A large shape lurked ahead and was joined by another in the horizon. She felt her heart jump as the wolves ran towards her. She could see their hot breath in the cold air.

Obsessed With Wolves

Obsessed With Wolves

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Danielle was a Colorado gal, and she was particularly fond of dogs, wolves, coyotes, foxes, jackals, and dingoes. In fact, she always dreamt about meeting a wolf ever since she was little. And her love for these creatures grew as she got older. As a grownup, she intended to turn her fantasy into reality. But then these wolves revealed their true nature to her.

Job Of A Lifetime

Job Of A Lifetime

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Danielle decided to volunteer at the Colorado Wolf And Wildlife Center. She was a bit nervous. She wasn’t sure what to expect, but she knew she wanted to run into a wolf. And this gave her the chance to fulfill her dream and give back to Mother Nature. But her first assignment wasn’t what she had in mind.

Grunt Work

Grunt Work

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Danielle’s initial tasks at the center were less than stellar. She had to carve huge racks of raw meat with her own two hands. She also had to clean toilets too. So, this left her wondering, when on Earth was she going to get the chance to see a wolf? But she no idea that her up-close-and-personal encounter with a wolf was about to come true.

Cunning Hunters

Cunning Hunters

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Wolves travel in packs, but even a lone wolf can provide a pressure of about 600 pounds per square inch with each bite if its big enough. That’s twice the biting strength of a Pit Bull or a German Shepherd. Wolves are smart too, and they know how to beat their prey in a hunt. And Danielle was about to figure out how cunning these wolves could be.

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