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Originally posted by Gooey
Apparently it lived a very long time ago, and obviously, is extinct.
Originally posted by golddragnet
are you sure it wasn't an angry Kangaroo?
Originally posted by Gone__wolfie
I think its like so cool like I like to think there is werewolfs out there!
But if there were people wold have killed so many ...Text Blue
Originally posted by ATSGUY
this is very interesting, at first i was thinking a Tasmanian tiger but i never heard of this creature...very interesting.
Originally posted by newage2012
first off its the tasmanian tiger... A) austrailia is the only place ANY sign of it exists, not to mention it was a very small animal, and its not even a wolf!!!... B) do you even realize that werewolf concepts date back to the greeks... that originally the story told of how a man would be turned INTO a wolf... not half way but INTO... during the dark ages it took its own twist in the occult... now its found its way into north america... now out of curiosity... find tales of werewolves in other countries like africa or how about iraq... because in all honesty... it seems like a bunch of nonsense... the first time any werewolf actually stood on its hind legs was in that classic horror film... even in the dark ages the men TURNED into four legged wolves... basically an actual physical wolf... nothing special... but a wolf... the symbolism of the wolf revolved around the idea of possession and evil... rape murder incest ect... why do you think they killed thousands of wolves and almost caused their extinction... if it was giant bipedal wolves im pretty sure they would be hunting for them instead of some normal wolf...