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(Cheezburger)   Six packs of wolves tracked over a four month period. Personally, I prefer my wolves in bottles   (cheezburger.com) divider line
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2020-05-28 4:45:57 AM  
Hipster. I take my wolves straight from the keg.
 
2020-05-28 5:01:01 AM  

AppleOptionEsc: Hipster. I take my wolves straight from the keg.


...without your glasses on!

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2020-05-28 5:13:54 AM  
Who knew wolves color like two year old kids?
 
2020-05-28 5:20:50 AM  
Gives new meaning to the word 'growler', I suppose.....
 
2020-05-28 5:25:05 AM  

Pants full of macaroni!!: Gives new meaning to the word 'growler', I suppose.....


/Thread.
 
2020-05-28 5:29:59 AM  
Wolves' major occupation is roaming over a huge enough pack territory that the number of prey can still thrive.

There's a saying tat you can't own land, but a wolf pack can maintain its territory and den sites for generations and is very willing to have a distinct boundary with other packs.  As can be seen here
 
2020-05-28 5:55:56 AM  

SwiftFox: Wolves' major occupation is roaming over a huge enough pack territory that the number of prey can still thrive.

There's a saying tat you can't own land, but a wolf pack can maintain its territory and den sites for generations and is very willing to have a distinct boundary with other packs.  As can be seen here


Your name does not check out.
 
2020-05-28 5:56:25 AM  
An actual article: Link.
Wolf packs take their territory very seriously. That point is illustrated in incredible, colorful, squiggly detail via a new data map from Voyageurs Wolf Project.
Researchers at VWP -- a collab between the University of Minnesota and Voyageurs National Park -- charted the locations of seven northern Minnesota wolf packs 68,000 times throughout the summer. The findings, pictured above, show how rigidly wolves stick to their own turf
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Project Website Link.
 
2020-05-28 6:41:11 AM  
Looks like a diagram of Trump's brain...Six regions, chaos within each one, and each one not having anything to do with any of the others.
 
2020-05-28 6:42:09 AM  
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/awoo
 
2020-05-28 7:00:53 AM  
Looks like a diagram of Biden's brain...Six regions, pedophilia within each one, and each one not having anything to do with any of the others because they are not little kids and can't be fondled or sniffed.
 
2020-05-28 7:08:33 AM  

Benjimin_Dover: Looks like a diagram of Biden's brain...Six regions, pedophilia within each one, and each one not having anything to do with any of the others because they are not little kids and can't be fondled or sniffed.


I think people who accuse others of crimes should have to put up evidence, or be violently beaten in front of a group of their peers.
 
2020-05-28 7:20:28 AM  

Fu Manchu: Benjimin_Dover: Looks like a diagram of Biden's brain...Six regions, pedophilia within each one, and each one not having anything to do with any of the others because they are not little kids and can't be fondled or sniffed.

I think people who accuse others of crimes should have to put up evidence, or be violently beaten in front of a group of their peers.


That is a good policy. It's a good thing no crimes were alleged.
 
2020-05-28 7:36:04 AM  
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2020-05-28 7:41:40 AM  
Bottles come in 6 packs too...
 
2020-05-28 7:48:08 AM  

SwiftFox: Wolves' major occupation is roaming over a huge enough pack territory that the number of prey can still thrive.

There's a saying tat you can't own land, but a wolf pack can maintain its territory and den sites for generations and is very willing to have a distinct boundary with other packs.  As can be seen here


I was amazed at how clear the boundaries where between the different packs.
 
2020-05-28 8:22:26 AM  
Minnesota Timberwolves zone defense.

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2020-05-28 8:23:38 AM  

GummyBearOverlord: SwiftFox: Wolves' major occupation is roaming over a huge enough pack territory that the number of prey can still thrive.

There's a saying tat you can't own land, but a wolf pack can maintain its territory and den sites for generations and is very willing to have a distinct boundary with other packs.  As can be seen here

I was amazed at how clear the boundaries where between the different packs.


Well pissing all over my yard and biting anything that comes into it works for humans too.
 
2020-05-28 8:29:09 AM  
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2020-05-28 8:41:35 AM  
Wolf six-pack sounds like a bad Twilight remake.

/er, worse Twilight remake...
 
2020-05-28 9:01:16 AM  
Tracking six packs of gay wolves? Sounds like me at LA pride in 2002, honey.
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2020-05-28 9:44:43 AM  
Sources later described the researchers as "Lightweights"...
 
2020-05-28 10:12:37 AM  

debug: Bottles come in 6 packs too...


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2020-05-28 10:57:21 AM  
"It's a low-carb strawberry beer. We call it She Wolf, it's okay".

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2020-05-28 12:06:35 PM  
I wonder how wolf tastes w/out the beer parts.......I dont do beer I'm a "Wine-o" thank you very much.....!!!!
 
2020-05-28 1:54:25 PM  

LoneVVolf: Wolf six-pack sounds like a bad Twilight remake.

/er, worse Twilight remake...


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