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You might want to check your numbers

2008-04-17 07:58:17 by kj2193

Wolves are endangered, they don't pose little threat to humans now because we killed millions+ of them in the 1800s. You can see this by simply visting your local aquarium, a well fed predatory fish will not eat the fish around it.
That caused the large rise in their prey, which we are now responsible for keeping under control. You see this especally in the mid-west deer population.
Nature has a cycle, predators die off, so the prey population booms, this boom causes a boom in the preditor population until they kill off most of their prey. They then start to die off due to disease and starvation


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