I was scanning through keywords and phrases visitors used who found my web site and one of the key phrases was, “Do wolves attack humans?”. Curiously I looked down through the Google search results and found this answer on WikiAnswers:

Wolves very rarely attack humans. They will do so if they are injured or old or humans have driven away their normal prey. Wolves usually hunt in packs and will probably attack humans in packs, for they will not attack anything bigger than themselved by their lonesome.

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Tom Remington