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Simbi Laveau

Hiroshi Yagi;40yr search 4 Japanese Wolf

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http://japandailypress.com/mans-40-year-search-for-extinct-japanese-wolf-sees-no-finish-line-2422111

The Japanese Wolf is said to be extinct ,and has not been seen in Japan since 1905 .

However,people have claimed to have seen it,and heard its chilling howl,many years after 1905 .

Hiroshi Yagi was 19 the first time he encountered the wolf ,and he still continues to search for it .

His search has continued now,for 40 years .

It is ongoing Yagi states .

He is not the only one who claims to have seen it,in recent years .

http://forteanzoology.blogspot.com/2009/01/wolves-of-rising-sun.html?m=1

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Interesting article. Hope he finds it.

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http://japandailypre...sh-line-2422111

The Japanese Wolf is said to be extinct ,and has not been seen in Japan since 1905 .

However,people have claimed to have seen it,and heard its chilling howl,many years after 1905 .

Hiroshi Yagi was 19 the first time he encountered the wolf ,and he still continues to search for it .

His search has continued now,for 40 years .

It is ongoing Yagi states .

He is not the only one who claims to have seen it,in recent years .

http://forteanzoolog...ng-sun.html?m=1

Great article! Great photo too. I reckon it's out there.
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If I was in Japan, I would go out looking/searching for them. :) Wolves are beautiful animals. :)

edit: http://www.newanimal.org/japwolf.htm

a nice, short read on the subject :)

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I think this falls into the catagory of 130 million people living on 145,000 square miles. Or about 870 people per square mile. Which is comparable to Massachussetts or Connecticut. And would we look in either of those states for a supposedly extinct large mammal?

I think these poor wolves have gone the way of the dodo.

I believe the reports from 1910 and 1934 might be real, but that was 80 years ago, which is what... 20 to 30 generations for a wolf??

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I think this falls into the catagory of 130 million people living on 145,000 square miles. Or about 870 people per square mile. Which is comparable to Massachussetts or Connecticut. And would we look in either of those states for a supposedly extinct large mammal?

I think these poor wolves have gone the way of the dodo.

I believe the reports from 1910 and 1934 might be real, but that was 80 years ago, which is what... 20 to 30 generations for a wolf??

Besides, most Japanese are too busy being weird to care about it.

Don't get me wrong. I love the Japanese - great people, but you gotta admit, they are into some weird ****.

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I personally hope they don't find it... The Japanese would have a brief period of ridiculously expensive "Wolf Ramen"... and then no more wolves.

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I personally hope they don't find it... The Japanese would have a brief period of ridiculously expensive "Wolf Ramen"... and then no more wolves.

The Japanese don't eat dog cat or wolf ...no worries .

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