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Though most people do not believe in Werewolves, they do, indeed, exist.
The beasts live everyday lives, like you or I. You might be looking at one when you talk to your best friend, cousin, aunt, uncle, mother, father, or anyone you know or don't know.
(Chances are, if either your mother or father are werewolves, then you and any of your siblings could be as well. The werewolf blood line has been known to skip a generation or two, so you could be just a normal human.)
Are werewolves blood thirsty monsters who absolutly must change during a full moon? The answer to this is DEFIANTLY NOT! Werewolves aren't the raving beasts you see in Hollywood films and they can change to their wolven forms whenever they please, full moons simply get them giddy, but their personality (you might look out for this..) is rather aggressive, violent, territorial, nature loving and adventurous, secretive and seclusive with few friends. Even though some werewolves can mask their personality, generally older wolves, by being the exact opposite.
Werewolves originated in Northern and Middle Europe. Most times they lived their lives in small villages away from bustling towns or cities. Now they are all over Europe and North America (U.S, Canada,and Mexico), as well as Australia, New Zealand, and parts of Asia. As far as my knowledge goes, there have been no reports, or very very few reports as to weather there are Were's in Africa and South America. Immigration and slaughter has driven the race to be spread few and far between.
Werewolves do go through various stages of life, but, not thoes equal to the stages said in the fiction novel "Twilight" or any of the series. These stages are the same any living creature goes through, birth, growth, life, and death. But the age of maturity varies, a werewolf can mature as young as the age of thirteen or as late as the age of early twenties.