Anonymous said: what are your thoughts on hunting wild animals?

So long as the hunting is done with respect for the animal, the death is as quick and humane as possible, the meat, pelt or other parts are used, and the animal is not endangered, I support it 100% and prefer it to any form of agriculture 

-Sitkensis

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ladylustlady:

theblacktailedking:

Alaskan coyote and wolf [x]

Although a nasty image, its an interesting view on size difference

If you don’t like seeing dead animals then I suggest you blacklist the tag and keep your rude words to yourself. Death is just a part of nature as life and you should respect it as such

ladylustlady:

theblacktailedking:

Alaskan coyote and wolf [x]

Although a nasty image, its an interesting view on size difference

If you don’t like seeing dead animals then I suggest you blacklist the tag and keep your rude words to yourself. Death is just a part of nature as life and you should respect it as such

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Photographer: Fernando Bórquez

(There were no links to the photographer’s original site or anything, but here’s where I found these pictures! After hunting around a bit I still couldn’t find an original, but thank you Fernando!)

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I don’t think I post enough African wild dogs, so I thought I’d make a photoset! They’re really beautiful creatures and I feel bad for neglecting them on the blog, heh.

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A wolf with a coyote head in its mouth in Denali National Park, Alaska. 
Photo by Rebecca Tifft

A wolf with a coyote head in its mouth in Denali National Park, Alaska. 

Photo by Rebecca Tifft

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