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Welcome to Anti-Wolf

Journal Entry: Thu Sep 8, 2011, 6:21 PM
:derpwolf: by Cynpai Hate the Ignorance, Not the Animal :derpwolfla: by Cynpai

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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Why was my join request denied?
A: You didn't read the rules.

Q: Why do you hate wolves?
A: We don't. We do, however, despise the rabid, childish fanbase and ignorant wolf advocates.

Q: Then why do you have a kill counter displaying wolf death tolls?
A: The kill counter is strictly for informational purposes, and is a tool which a handful of self-proclaimed "pro-wolf" websites and organizations also utilize. Our numbers come from the Department of Fish and Game (for each state, respectively).

Q: Why are you called "Anti-Wolf?"
A: The name is meant to be provocative in order to draw attention to our cause.

Q: What exactly is the point of this group?
A: Our mission is to be a powerhouse of knowledge regarding wolves, informing the public about their true conservation status, proving the dangers of wolves to humans, debunking the lies perpetuated by radical animal rights groups, idiots on the Internet, and wolf advocacy organizations, and promoting the welfare of lesser-known species that truly need our help and attention.

Q: Can I join your group?
A: Absolutely. As long as you're not a wolfaboo and provide reason for wanting to join.

Q: What is a wolfaboo?
A: A person who recklessly advocates for the lives of wolves at the cost of human life and livelihoods, and the ecosystem at large, often harassing and employing threats of violence or death against anyone they perceive as "anti-wolf" (e.g., hunters, wildlife conservationists, taxidermists, furriers), as well as deliberately perpetuating false information about wolves in order to further their radically "pro-wolf" agenda. Not to be confused with wolf fans, who merely harbor a modest interest for the animal or enjoy drawing them.

Q: Your group location says North America; can I still join if I'm not from there?
A: Of course! Anti-Wolf is a global group. North America was selected because we focus moreso on wolves in the United States. We still provide information on wolves all across the world, however.

Q: Why did you hide my comment?
A: If your comment was hidden, chances are you broke the linking rule, or your comment was deemed nonconstructive/unnecessary. Such comments include those meant to negatively provoke group staff and members.

Q: How can I submit art to your group without upsetting my friends and watchers?
A: Submit your work directly to the group, and your watchers will not be notified.

Palm Cockatoo by Ink-DreamsMMIX Palm Cockatoo by alaturqo Black Palm Cockatoo by lynjupiter

Scientific name: Probosciger aterrimus
Common names: Goliath Cockatoo, Great Black Cockatoo
Conservation status: Least Concern
Geographic range:

Fun Facts
:bulletgreen: The Palm Cockatoo is the only member of the subfamily Microglossinae and the only member of the monotypic genus, Probosciger. It is believed to be the earliest offshoot from the ancestors of what have become the cockatoo family.
:bulletblack: The only parrot with a beak larger than the Palm Cockatoo's is the Hyacinth Macaw.
:bulletgreen: Palm Cockatoos have a very human-like "hello" call!
:bulletblack: The Palm Cockatoo is one of the few bird species confirmed to use tools.
:bulletgreen: Palm Cockatoos are in high demand in the pet trade due to their unusual appearance, which may eventually lead them to being listed as an endangered species.
:bulletblack: Palm Cockatoos can apply up to 1,500lbs. of pressure with their beaks!

Palm Cockatoo on Wikipedia | Palm Cockatoo on ARKive | Palm Cockatoo on IUCN Redlist

The Palm Cockatoo was suggested by LordMoonBiscuit! Leave your suggestions for August's animal in the comments section, and be sure to tell us what you thought of this month's animal!
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dinosuarsrawr Featured By Owner 2 days ago  New member
I like wolves... I probably shouldn't be here
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Meerkatmatt2 Featured By Owner 3 days ago
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concaholic Featured By Owner 3 days ago
I noticed that there are a number of pelt owners on this group and I need some help.  I have some pelts (2 wolf, 2 coyote, 8 antique mink, 1 weasel) and they are all in my bedroom.  Lately, I've noticed clothes moths flying around and a few days ago, I picked up my wolf and a moth flew off of him!  How do I get rid of them?  I'm thinking about sprinkling the pelts with powdered borax and placing them in plastic totes for a few weeks and putting moth traps in the house.  Will borax damage the pelts?  I heard freezing works but that's not an option due to lack of freezer space.

Has anyone experienced this before?
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