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The history that lies in animal species

Posted April 17th, 2018 at 02:32 AM by pauoliver
Updated April 19th, 2018 at 11:43 AM by pauoliver (Just some general corrections to make my post easier to comprehend.)

I just found this article Male #755: The Wolf With Nine Lives | WBUR's The Wild Life

It talks about the life of a Wolf tagged as #755, his adventures, what he has been through, accomplished etc.

After reading this I started to wonder how many things happened in the animal kingdom that have a significant value in how things played out for them in the future but we don't know of because we haven't studied their history. I think it's an impossible task.

But I'm sure that in the animal kingdom there's been equivalents of Cesars, Alexanders the Greats and much other animals that accomplished outstanding things.

Just wanted to mention it and let everyone make his own reflection.

This is my first blog entry, and I do not know if this is the proper way to use the blog, but I found it more correct to post this content here that not in the general post, as this is not a question.

Anyways, hope you like the article and take something good out of it.

Let me know what you think.

Have a nice day.
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