Lake Winnibigoshish wolf tests negative for rabies

  • Article by: Doug Smith , Star Tribune
  • Updated: August 31, 2013 - 4:17 PM

16-year-old camper is recovering after being bitten.

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raleighmamaAug. 29, 1310:04 PM

Perhaps the wolf saw a tasty meal laying on the ground and decided to eat supper, not knowing the youth was still alive? This campground is in the Chippewa National Forest. Another incidence of people infringing on wildlife? Can we really blame the animals?

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bear_32Aug. 30, 13 7:04 AM

This is a large campground and boat access. It really doesn't matter who is doing the infringing. When your safety is at risk, you protect yourself. In this case a wolf gets shot. Not a big deal, we kill critters everyday.

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BigPeteAug. 30, 13 7:10 AM

Of course it didnt have rabies

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gunumdownAug. 30, 1311:35 AM

Just spent 5.00 on my wolf application....... Have to have one for the rug. The rest get tossed in the ditch for the buzzards to pick at their bones. Seems fitting right? Good shooting fellas.

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