How would wolves manage humans?

The Huffington Post

By Chris Genovali, Chris Darimont and Paul Paquet

The Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resources sought input from the public for consideration before the plan is finalized. While several hundred citizens filed comments, Raincoast Conservation Foundation sought the critical observations of some very interested stakeholders who literally, as the saying goes, have skin in the game: the wolves themselves.

We reached out to Dr. Ken S. Lupus, who offered a unique retort to the absurdity he and his brethren easily detected in the province’s plan. Below he offers the lupine view on how humans ought to be managed…

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