What story written in 1697 made most Europeans scared of wolves?
little red ridding hood :)
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Scary stories are fictional stories that are meant to make youscared. They are often legends told over and over again and usuallytold by campfire.
People. People. People.
Because of their eary howl and their crave for meat....people are also scared of wolves because of their super speed and their creepy looking eyes.
yes because they are shy,and people hunt them.
They believed that they would gain the power of this magnificent pack-related animal. Sheep and cattle ranchers saw them as a threat to their livelyhood.
it is rumored that wolves will randomly attack humans to protect their territory
Gun shots and fire works..
yes he is!!
The Commission briefly assumed full control over Germany.
Well, yes. All they know instinctively is that fire can burn, and no one wants themselves or their home to be burnt. Even if a wolf saw fire in a campsite, it could 'freak out…' because it wouldn't know the fire couldn't escape and burn down ... everything. Unless fire was a famillir sight they got used to, which may even take a few generations, I'm pretty sure they would be.
Wild wolves are what are called "shy" (suspicious) animals by nature. They would much rather avoid animals they don't know than confront them directly. Depends on the dog, …though of course. A small dog might be something curious to them whereas a big dog is something they'd rather avoid both because if they're unfamilair with them, they don't really know what to expect and because self-preservation instinct is higher in wild animals than in domesticated dogs, for instance.
Trusting people! Nowadays it has to pay a high price