Friday, May 31, 2024

Are Dire Wolves Extinct?





The dire wolf - supposedly extinct.

Take this with a grain of salt because the source is the government that still baffles at simple scientific knowledge, but here's what "it" has to say about the dire wolf -

Scientists believe that when the megafauna started dying because of climate change, the dire wolf had trouble competing with the gray wolf when it came to catching smaller prey. Thus, the species went extinct.

So, apparently a wolf that has a stronger jaw and is more aggressive could not compete with gray wolves. This would be like saying, tigers went extinct because they had to compete with bobcats.

Why would a breed built for stealth with steel jaws be competing with a weaker relative and then mysteriously not be able to compete anymore?

Every time you are in a museum, ignore the "information plaques" as they are feeding you the lines that prove the unholy trinity of Government, Education, and Religion that seek to limit your knowledge down to stupidity.

The dire wolf was able to deliver stronger bites than the gray wolf, and with its flexible and more rounded canines was better adapted for struggling with its prey.

The dire wolf was thought to go extinct about 10,000 years ago. 

Are dire wolves extinct? Like the thylacine, I seriously doubt this.

"The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch" recently featured the possibility of a dire wolf being on the ranch. They failed to mention the attack on the alpaca by a dark dog-like figure. They also did not consider a mountain lion as the possible cow-chomper. 

Here's an intriguing video (can't verify it this is legit) - 





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