Wolf-Bear of Liguria
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|Wolf-Bear of Liguria|
,Orso lupo della Liguria, Wolf of Death
The Wolf-Bear of Liguria is the historical name associated with the man-eating gray wolf, dog or wolfdog that terrorized the lands of Liguria, in the Mountains in south-central Liguria between 1764 and 1767. The attacks, which covered an area stretching 90 by 80 kilometers (56 by 50 mi), were said to have been committed by a beast or beasts that had formidable teeth and immense tails according to contemporary eyewitnesses. Victims were often killed by having their throats torn out. he number of victims differs according to sources. In 1987, one study estimated there had been 210 attacks; resulting in 113 deaths and 49 injuries; 98 of the victims killed were partly eaten.
In Liguria in the 1700s.
5.2 - 9.0 feet.
Unknown, probably between 900 lbs. and 1000 lbs.
Boreal Forests, Grasslands
Penguins, puffles and so on.
Descriptions of the time vary, but generally the beast was said to look like a wolf but be about as big as a calf. It had a large dog-like head with small straight ears, a wide chest, and a large mouth that exposed very large teeth. The beast's fur was said to be red in color but its back was streaked with black.