Tajik Gran Escapes Wolf’s Jaws

Posted: January 21, 2012 in Geography, Tajikistan, Wildlife

January 20, 2012

NAVOBOD, Tajikistan — At least six people have been attacked by wolves in southeastern Tajikistan in the last several weeks, RFE/RL’s Tajik Service reports.

A survivor of one of the wolf attacks, Ozodamoh Saidnurulloeva, told RFE/RL that “before the wolves only attacked livestock; now they have started attacking humans.”

Saidnurulloeva, 89, said she walked into her yard early one morning this week to prepare for the Muslim morning prayer when a wolf attacked her, knocked her down, and dragged her for several meters.

She said she thought the wolf was the “angel of death.”

A neighbor who happened to be outside saw the attack and started screaming for help. The wolf then left Saidnurulloeva and ran away.

via Tajik Granny Escapes Wolf’s Jaws.

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