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I find this whole story difficult to assimilate. First of all, the characterization of the wolf as not consistent with my understanding of wolves. MY various environmental influences and predjudices had led me to believe that canines were not equipped with mandibles, vocal cords and speech areas in the brain that would enable them to effectively verbally communicate with humans. I also was under the impression that wolves, in particular were pack hunters, and that humons were not a natural prey animal. Further, I was under the impression that their anatomy was such that they would not be able to devour a whole humon in such a way as would leave that humon alive and in a condition to leap back out of the wolf's mouth. Please don't think that I am challenging your versimilitude, but the discord between our world views is striking.