July 15, 2019

Pack of wolves attack man in dogsled in Russian national park

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*Editor’s Note* – And remember, according to the wolf lovers, wolves don’t seek out man and attacks are rare. Also, the musher will be blamed for disrupting the peaceful existence of the wolves.

A pack of wolves attacked a dogsled with a man in Beringia National Park in Chukotka, Russia’s Far East. Such an incident has happened in the park for the first time, a message posted on the website of the natural-ethnic National Park said.

The incident occurred on March 9, when a highly experienced musher Mikhail Telpin, a winner of Russian and International sled dog races, was riding a team of dogs in Penkigney bay area. All of a sudden, a pack of wolves appeared on the way – two adults and three juveniles.

Source: Pack of wolves attack man in dogsled in Russian national park – PravdaReport

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