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by Zeyote
Mon Aug 09, 2010 2:36 pm
Forum: Wolf Q&A
Topic: will wolves kill their own mate?
Replies: 4
Views: 347

Re: will wolves kill their own mate?

I don't know if that male wolves do it in general however the pack works together. The alpha male and the other members of the wolf family take care of the mother while she is confined to the den nursing the pups. They bring her food and stay by the den when she needs to venture outside to drink wa...
by Zeyote
Mon Aug 09, 2010 2:23 pm
Forum: Take Action
Topic: BP Oil Spill
Replies: 142
Views: 9071

Re: BP Oil Spill

I've done some research and watched documentaries on this conflict. It's rather upsetting for me to see. The oil is seriously inches thick in some parts of the Gulf of Mexico. Animals like raccoons, rabbits, crocs etc are getting stuck in the grass islands which is covered in oil. If they were to e...
by Zeyote
Mon Aug 09, 2010 2:19 pm
Forum: General Wolf Discussion
Topic: Wolf and tiger cubs brought together
Replies: 17
Views: 879

Re: Wolf and tiger cubs brought together

Very interesting Blightwolf, however I do believe they will part when they get older. Most likely their considered more as playmates since their only so young.
by Zeyote
Mon Aug 09, 2010 1:24 pm
Forum: Wolf Q&A
Topic: Akitas and Wolves?
Replies: 10
Views: 514

Re: Akitas and Wolves?

"Akitas are related to wovles. Just like Huskies and Malamutes. But Akitas DNA is the closest to wovles. But Akitas don't howl, Huskies and Malamutes have been known to do that. A Malamute howl is identical to a wolf, you can't tell them apart. (I read this on the internet) . All three of these big...
by Zeyote
Mon Aug 09, 2010 1:20 pm
Forum: Nature & Wildlife
Topic: The Kakapo: A Critically Endangered Species Of Parrot
Replies: 10
Views: 895

Re: The Kakapo: A Critically Endangered Species

Very interesting, I've never herd of the Kakapo before. Thanks for posting this, I'll have to do more research later on.
by Zeyote
Mon Aug 09, 2010 1:15 pm
Forum: Nature & Wildlife
Topic: Big Cats Kept as Pets Across U.S., Despite Risk
Replies: 11
Views: 385

Re: Big Cats Kept as Pets Across U.S., Despite Risk

Exactly, having a exotic pet that's own by a irresponsible owner is only led to stupidity, ignorance and total danger. I personally don't recommend owning a undomesticated pet without years of experience. Like you said, you cannot tame a animal like that and expect it not to be dangerous. In the pa...
by Zeyote
Mon Aug 09, 2010 1:09 pm
Forum: Other Canids
Topic: "Practice Caution with Coyotes"
Replies: 11
Views: 1769

Re: "Practice Caution with Coyotes"

Unfortunately it appears so. I don't think the problem can be resolved considering the problem's already came this far. Most communities in west of Canada seem to have problems with live stock lose as well as missing pets, or destroyed property. http://skinnymoose.com/onstand/2010/01/19/county-migh...
by Zeyote
Sun Aug 08, 2010 2:46 pm
Forum:
Topic: BLOODROSE
Replies: 3
Views: 44

Re: BLOODROSE

Try adding more information to your post so other members will join, such as rules, and a background of the pack.

http://www.wolfquest.org/bb/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=24463
That should help. ^
by Zeyote
Sun Aug 08, 2010 1:27 pm
Forum: Nature & Wildlife
Topic: Big Cats Kept as Pets Across U.S., Despite Risk
Replies: 11
Views: 385

Re: Big Cats Kept as Pets Across U.S., Despite Risk

Indeed, their nice to look at, but their very unpredictable animals, as well as dangerous. They are not domestic animals their for they shouldn't be there as a "pet". There is a difference between a pet and a captive animal. For example, people these days even have foxes and coyotes as pets in urba...
by Zeyote
Sun Aug 08, 2010 12:54 pm
Forum: Nature & Wildlife
Topic: Big Cats Kept as Pets Across U.S., Despite Risk
Replies: 11
Views: 385

Re: Big Cats Kept as Pets Across U.S., Despite Risk

I agree with that, Blightwolf. I believe they need a handling license to own one. Also the larger animals, such as the Tiger would be very expensive to maintain speaking of the amount of food they eat, the space needed for the animal, etc. People now these days take poor care of a animal much less ...
by Zeyote
Sun Aug 08, 2010 12:37 pm
Forum: General WolfQuest Discussion
Topic: Bears, Coyoties, Hawks, Wolves -Which one?
Replies: 250
Views: 12003

Re: Bears, Coyoties, Hawks, Wolves -Which one?

Hawks seem to be the biggest problem for me. I tend to panic when the hawk approaches, considering the pup is just sorta walking around from out of the safe zone.
by Zeyote
Sun Aug 08, 2010 12:31 pm
Forum: Nature & Wildlife
Topic: Big Cats Kept as Pets Across U.S., Despite Risk
Replies: 11
Views: 385

Re: Big Cats Kept as Pets Across U.S., Despite Risk

This is a rather interesting article you've posted Blightwolf. I've herd of these things happening all over North America. Indeed I do not agree with keeping an animal like that captive in a busy urban area. As well as tigers and lions, people have been having pet bob cats, as well as Servals in th...
by Zeyote
Sun Aug 08, 2010 2:23 am
Forum: Nature & Wildlife
Topic: Who is stronger?
Replies: 73
Views: 3535

Re: Who is stronger?

Lions are muscular animals. The size itself is bigger then an average hyena as well as the movement and ability is different then a hyena. Though often mislabeled as cowardly scavengers, spotted hyenas derive the majority of their nourishment by hunting medium sized ungulates, and frequently clash ...
by Zeyote
Sun Aug 08, 2010 2:12 am
Forum: Other Canids
Topic: "Practice Caution with Coyotes"
Replies: 11
Views: 1769

Re: "Practice Caution with Coyotes"

Since coyotes are learning to adapt in the urban areas, they know how to behave and defend themselves within human contact. As for this article it reminds me of the conflict in Nova Scotia, Canada. "Coyotes kill woman on hike in Canadian park 'Very unusual and is not likely to be repeated,' wildlif...
by Zeyote
Sun Aug 08, 2010 2:05 am
Forum: Other Canids
Topic: What canines have you seen?
Replies: 386
Views: 39199

Re: Have you ever seen a WILD Coyote?

I've seen Coyotes plenty of times. I tend to see them a lot in sub urban areas when I travel. I also see them quiet frequently near the woodland area in my backyard and across the street. Such magnificent creatures they are. They don't seem to be a bother within our community. To be honest their ve...

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