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There was a post on here a bit ago from a webcam at a conservative organization where a wolf had her pup. Unfortunately it seems the pup didn’t make it (watched it live). I noticed on the stream comments section that there were posts that were deleted. The same happened last year. The Reddit post to the livestream was deleted. I’ve noticed this even with my local zoo. It’s always hush hush when bad/sad things happen.
In my opinion, the public needs to learn how to handle bad news. It’s reality. This is what happens, even when countless people spend countless effort to preserve these animals, we have to accept the bad things, learn, and try to do better with the next opportunity. I think censoring the reality of how difficult it is to save these animals and try to fix what we humans broke is not doing the species any good. Just my opinion. I assume these organizations do this so the people that can’t handle this or want to immediately pass blame won’t jump all over them? Idk. Thoughts?
Mods leaving them all up and allowing them all cause they'd rather have a bot, who is gonna be attempting scam people once they can post in larger subs, posting something than not having a new post.
I've suggested they make a karma requirement of 100 to post, but they ignored my message.
If you're not gonna moderate your sub, then ask someone else to and move on.
We were walking in our local ravine, in the middle of the city. We saw what we assumed to be a coyote walking nearby, and then just casually lay down in front of us. Couldn’t have been more than 15-20ft away and it seemed totally unbothered. It was quite a bit bigger than I would expect for a coyote, and it looked very healthy. Also seems very weird for a wolf to be within in the middle of a city, albeit a small ravine area. What do you guys think??
I apologize if this context isn't where it's supposed to be at. I have no idea where shall I ask about the possibility of getting/buying siberian wolves to where I live atm. And if it's possible to travel with them elsewhere or if there are certain countries that allow owning them. Does anyone know anything about this or at least know where can I look for this information at? Any guidance is genuinely appreciate, and may you all have a good one! :))