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#78 - The problem has been solved - see the discussion below. There'…  [+] (1 reply) 09/09/2016 on Idea 0
#79 - vozel (09/09/2016) [-]
how dare you be nice
#38 - "Imagine what they could have done if they found a school…  [+] (7 replies) 09/09/2016 on Idea -15
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#73 - vozel (09/09/2016) [-]
you don't get the fucking point

numbers = confidence = danger

not only that but

numbers = oversaturation of a component of environment = larger demand for said component = rapidly decreasing resources to supply said component
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#78 - iescapedthecondom (09/09/2016) [-]
The problem has been solved - see the discussion below. There's no point in continuing a non-existent argument. If you haven't seen it, then I thank you for clarifying things.
#79 - vozel (09/09/2016) [-]
how dare you be nice
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#42 - mattdoggy (09/09/2016) [-]
There are a few different factors to consider though.

First off, the reason for the super pack was due to a lack of the wolves main prey, rabbits, being present. This caused large numbers of wolves to migrate from their usual areas to search for food. Normally wolf packs would compete, but in extreme cases like this famine they will form larger packs to work together. Now this lays out the fact that these wolves are starving and were starting to go after prey they normally wouldn't, like the horses. With those kinds of numbers and when they got hungry enough wolves would have started to go after humans. It would likely begin with small children around the edges of town or wooded areas, but it wouldn't be long before the wolves were actively seeking out full grown humans as a food source. Humans aren't great food for predators, but when animals get the confidence of numbers and the desperation of starvation they'd whatever it took to survive. Scarily enough we have seen this happen two times before in history that we know of. At the end of World War One, the wolves that had gotten used to feeding off of human corpses suddenly lost their food supply, and with most of their terrain too damaged to support large numbers of game, wolf attacks became more common and more aggressive. Before that, i don't know exactly when but somewhere between 900-1400 AD i think, an incredibly large pack of wolves attacked an entire town and killed almost all of the people. This wasn't a small town and the people weren't taken by surprise. The wolves charged into town slaughtering anyone in the streets and actively worked to break down peoples doors and were recorded to get onto some roofs and try and dig their way in through the thatch. i want to provide source on this one but i haven't been able to find it for several years. I originally heard it in a college lecture and even saw it sourced here a few times but lost the link a while back
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#50 - iescapedthecondom (09/09/2016) [-]
Thank you for your thoughtful reply! I just wanted to say that sometimes we make bad decisions when we're scared. Obviously, (especially after reading your input) this was not one of these cases. Well, I "may have been" a tad too "green" - looks like there's more to the truth every time. So, thank you again!
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#39 - toosexyforyou (09/09/2016) [-]
Bears on live in places where they are hunted so how would any bear attack a human in a place that they aren't hunted?
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#52 - iescapedthecondom (09/09/2016) [-]
I saw a video about some national park, but forgot its name, sorry. The guy was, like 4-5 meters away from the bear and it was just eating grass there, not giving a damn about the man in the boat. The guy mentioned, that they were not being hunted there (well, it may have been "actively hunted" I guess).
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