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Meet the Wolfman

Meet the Wolfman

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Published by Nicholay Atanassov
Meet the Wolfman
Meet the Wolfman

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Published by: Nicholay Atanassov on Jan 28, 2013
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Meet the wolfman! Ex-paratrooper, 79, who is so close to his packof 29 wolves they eat meat from his MOUTH
Werner Freund, 79, has raised more than 70 wolves on his sanctuary in Merzig, GermanyTo maintain his alpha male position in the pack, he ensure he always feeds first
17:10 GMT, 27 January 2013 |
19:01 GMT, 27 January 2013It's clear to see who is the leader of this wolf pack in Germany.Werner Freund, 79, sits at the top of the table in this pack of 29 wolves.For 40 years the ex-paratrooper has hand reared and lived among wolves at his sanctuary in Merzig,Germany.
Leader of the pack: Wolf researcher Werner Freund feeds Arctic wolves with meat with his mouth inan enclosure at Wolfspark Werner Freund, in Merzig in the German province of SaarlandWerner Freund has hand-reared wolf pups at his sanctuary for 40 years
The wolves, acquired as cubs from zoos or animal parks, were mostly hand-reared and all know who is boss.The magnificent creatures, naturally feared by any layman, all behave playfully and submissively towardsWerner, who has over the years exerted his dominance in the pack.
The enclosure at Wolfspark Werner Freund, in Merzig, in the German province of Saarland, containswolves from six different packs across the world.They include European, Siberian, Canadian, Artic and Mongolian regions. Some of which look fairlysimilar, but the snowy white Arctic wolves are the most distinguishable from the rest.
Werner exerts his dominance at feeding time, ensuring he is the firstto get his teeth into some raw meatKnowing their place in the pack, the hungry wolves can do little more thanwatch on, while salivating, as Werner tucks into a deer's leg
Once Werner has had his fill, the lower ranking wolvescan finally move in and begin to devour the carcassThe hungry Mongolian wolves finally get their fill and devour the entire deer cadaverAt feeding time, Werner must ensure he continues to feed first and disallows any of the hungry andsalivating wolves to come near, in order to maintain the respect of the pack.
It is for this reason that they do not attack him and, instead, lick his face and act playfully when theyare not feeding.
When they are not feeding, the pack show their affection for their leader,staying close and acting playful

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