Skip to comments.Candice Berner, 32, Killed by Wolf Pack. Wolves Being Hunted
Posted on 03/12/2010 3:46:32 PM PST by stillafreemind
It's been reported that many wolf tracks were around the body of Candice Berner. At least 2 wolves and as many as 4. Bob Berner, father of Candice, said the troopers told him that there appeared to be a struggle that lasted approx. 150 ft. before Berner went down. There were also signs that she was still alive as the wolf pack dragged her along. The wolves went for her throat, as many predators do, she did not die instantly.
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I think life in prison would be more appropriate.
Nature will be nature.
In the land of fang and claw the average unarmed person is prey.
Hippies...The other white meat...
Now someone do a google search and find out how evil Sarah Palin is for allowing hunting of wolves in Alaska.
(that was sarcasm, only in liberal loonyville are wild animals sweet and cute... just like they are on the paintings in their hallway)
...as usual; the animal gets whacked when the food does something stupid...
Ohhh wolfies don’t attack peeeeple....( snot nosed forestry envro weeny claim)!
But... I thought wolves don’t attack people! That there has never been a documented attack by wolves on people in America!
Article says she was only 4ft. 11 in. tall. I wonder if that computed in the wolves brains that she would be easy to take out.
“I am woman hear me roar” loses out to “We are wolves hear us howl”.
3 weeks ago I was in the Northwest Russian wilderness, those wolfs don’t mess around. The first night we were at the cabin we kept hearing them rustling up the snow all around. If it wasn’t for our well armed contingent with Saiga 12’s and AK’s it would have been Pipietz!
The next morning we say tracks in 4 ft deep snow as wide as our fattest member. Fired a few shots the next night but they only went away for a bit, the smell of shashlik and smoked fish was just too much for them. I hear they have an even more wild time during the summer with all of the brown bears around. There are plenty of horror stories with wolfs and bears.
horrible. i dont imagine there is much chance of an unarmed human fighting off a wolf pack.
Hungry wolves are nasty critters - they will kill and eat whatever is handy, including each other. While moose hunting in southcentral Alaska, we came upon a bloody patch in the snow with wolf tracks and hair all around. Lying there was the foreleg of a full grown wolf - the pack ate the rest. Kind of like being the smallest piranha in the pond.
Exactly. Wild animals being wild animals is no reason to kill them. If you jog in their territory all by yourself, you need to know the risk. I have no particular love for wolves, but if you have a problem living with a species, either eradicate all of them or learn to live with them.
Like the article said, she probably never knew what hit her until it was too late.