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Living With Wolves In Northern Belarusi
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February 13, 2013
Alena Seliakh rescues orphaned wolf pups in the forests near Braslau, in northern Belarus, and raises them together with her family. Her work has become an ecotourism business where visitors can meet these wild animals close up. But Alena says the wolves offer her much more than a livelihood: They also teach her something about human character.

Living With Wolves In Northern Belarus

Published 13 February 2013

Alena Seliakh rescues orphaned wolf pups in the forests near Braslau, in northern Belarus, and raises them together with her family. Her work has become an ecotourism business where visitors can meet these wild animals close up. But Alena says the wolves offer her much more than a livelihood: They also teach her something about human character.


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by: Camel Anaturk from: Kurdistan
February 13, 2013 14:07
Three cheers for Alena on her work with the wolves,and if she can repeat that with the `communists` and lukashenkas of her land that would be a real miracle!!!

by: Ted L. Moore from: Oklahoma, USA
February 15, 2013 15:42
Beautiful! But that we could all so exist.

by: lamarlamar from: USA
February 16, 2013 04:22
She obviously portrays the Alpha Female., due to their acts of submission to her! Wolves are top of the food chain predators and are instinctive hunters/killers. I would wonder what her relationship with the wolves will be when they mature and one day she "limps" in to their cage. These animals are not meant to be pets in our sense of the word, ...they are designated predators For this reason, we are arrogant to believe they are cuddly puppies!