Video.. A citizen documents the presence of a wild wolf in the King Khaled obstacle in Al-Baha

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Specialist: His behavior is not normal


In a rare scene, a citizen documented a few days ago a predatory wild wolf walking on the road in the King Khalid Obstacle, linking the governorates of Bani Hassan and Qalwa in the Al Baha region, while a spokesman for the Animal Welfare Society confirmed that this behavior is not a normal behavior for wild wolves and there may be unknown reasons. She called the “predator” to domesticate humans.

And Abdulaziz Rabie Al-Zahrani, documenting the clip of the wolf, said to “Previously”: “This was around six in the morning, and I was on the way down the King Khaled obstacle. .

He added, “I frequent this road regularly due to my work in Al-Baha, and I have seen a hyena in Aqaba, but for the first time I encountered a wolf.”

Another citizen commented: “The wolves multiplied this year. This week they slept on the roof of my farm in Ain Ibn Al-Taweel in the valley of Wadi Dyan in Al-Makhwah Governorate, and with the approach of dawn I woke up to the howling of 3 wolves from each direction howling one of them, and this is because of hunger, I think, and because people did not hesitate. On the mountains to graze sheep, I felt safe.

Hamza Al-Ghamdi, the official spokesman and board member of the (Rahma) Society for Animal Welfare, told “Previously”: “Usually wolves avoid humans and if they encounter them, they quickly run away, and this behavior in the video is not a normal behavior for wild wolves, and perhaps it is a domesticated wolf and is fed by its breeders. Then he ran away from him or the breeder released him for some reason, either for fear of penalties or any other reason, and this opinion is supported by his clear fatness, which does not resemble the agility of the wild wolf, his familiarity with the photographer, and his submission, as his tail is unfortunately extended and attached to his body, and this is a sign of fear and submission.

He added, “It is worth noting that if viral rabies affects animals, they become savage and become crazy, fearful and suspicious. They bite anything that moves around them, even if cars or trees tires, they do not discriminate, and they may even bite themselves, while some animals such as foxes when they get rabies become the opposite. In terms of savagery, where she loses caution and gets very close to humans as if she were pets, but suddenly she bites and then quickly returns to her farewell.

He continued, “I think that the wolf in the clip has a story behind him. I wish there was a party to be informed of the incident at the time to catch him and investigate his matter, whether he was suffering from a disease or had an accident or another reason, knowing that this is the role of the natural life.”

Al-Ghamdi continued, through the blessed “Sabq” pulpit: I would like to convey a message to the honorable readers that these animals were created by God for wisdom, and they are nations like us. We have to protect ourselves from danger, but this does not mean that we attack or kill these animals in their natural environment, for example, monkeys. Their number increased after the decline in the number of Arab tigers.

He said, “Monkeys may one day become a pest and a threat to adults and children and to crops, and wolves have also significantly decreased in numbers, so let us preserve our environmental heritage and our partners in life.”

Video.. A citizen documents the presence of a wild wolf in the King Khaled obstacle in Al-Baha

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In a rare scene, a citizen documented a few days ago a predatory wild wolf walking on the road in the King Khalid Obstacle, linking the governorates of Bani Hassan and Qalwa in the Al Baha region, while a spokesman for the Animal Welfare Society confirmed that this behavior is not a normal behavior for wild wolves and there may be unknown reasons. She called the “predator” to domesticate humans.

And Abdulaziz Rabie Al-Zahrani, documenting the clip of the wolf, said to “Previously”: “This was around six in the morning, and I was on the way down the King Khaled obstacle. .

He added, “I frequent this road regularly by virtue of my work in the courtyard, and I have seen a hyena in Aqaba, but for the first time I encounter a wolf.”

Another citizen commented: “The wolves multiplied this year. This week they slept on a roof in my farm in Ain Ibn Al-Taweel in the valley of Wadi Dyan in Al-Makhwah Governorate, and with the approach of dawn I woke up to the howling of 3 wolves from each direction howling one of them, and this is because of hunger, I think, and because people did not hesitate On the mountains to graze sheep, I felt safe.

Hamza Al-Ghamdi, the official spokesman and board member of the (Rahma) Association for Animal Welfare, told “Previously”: “Wolves usually avoid humans and if they encounter them, they quickly run away, and this behavior in the video is not a normal behavior for wild wolves, and perhaps it is a domesticated wolf and is fed by its breeders. Then he ran away from him or the breeder released him for some reason, either for fear of penalties or any other reason, and this opinion is supported by his clear fatness, which does not resemble the agility of the wild wolf, his familiarity with the photographer, and his submission, as his tail unfortunately extends and is attached to his body, and this is a sign of fear and submission.

He added, “It is worth noting that if viral rabies affects animals, they become savage and become crazy, fearful and suspicious. They bite anything that moves around them, even if cars or trees tires, they do not discriminate, and they may even bite themselves, while some animals such as foxes when they get rabies become the opposite. In terms of savagery, it loses caution and gets very close to humans as if it were pets, but suddenly it bites and then quickly returns to its farewell.

He continued, “I think that the wolf in the clip has a story behind him. I wish there was a party to be informed of the incident at the time to catch him and investigate his matter, whether he was suffering from a disease or had an accident or another reason, knowing that this is the role of the natural life.”

Al-Ghamdi continued, through the blessed “Sabq” pulpit: I would like to convey a message to the honorable readers that these animals were created by God for wisdom, and they are nations like us. We have to protect ourselves from danger, but this does not mean that we attack or kill these animals in their natural environment, for example, monkeys. Their number increased after the decline in the number of Arab tigers.

He said, “Monkeys may one day become a pest and a threat to adults and children and to crops, and wolves have also significantly decreased in numbers, so let us preserve our environmental heritage and our partners in life.”


Specialist: His behavior is not normal

In a rare scene, a citizen documented a few days ago a predatory wild wolf walking on the road in the King Khalid Obstacle, linking the governorates of Bani Hassan and Qalwa in the Al Baha region, while a spokesman for the Animal Welfare Society confirmed that this behavior is not a normal behavior for wild wolves and there may be unknown reasons. She called the “predator” to domesticate humans.

And Abdulaziz Rabie Al-Zahrani, documenting the clip of the wolf, said to “Previously”: “This was around six in the morning, and I was on the way down the King Khalid Obstacle, and I found it almost in the middle of the Aqaba, for the first time I saw it, who continued his way up the street and did not show signs of fear of vehicles.” .

He added, “I frequent this road regularly due to my work in Al-Baha, and I have seen a hyena in Aqaba, but for the first time I encountered a wolf.”

Another citizen commented: “The wolves multiplied this year. This week they slept on the roof of my farm in Ain Ibn Al-Taweel in the valley of Wadi Dyan in Al-Makhwah Governorate, and with the approach of dawn I woke up to the howling of 3 wolves from each direction howling one of them, and this is because of hunger, I think, and because people did not hesitate. On the mountains to graze sheep, I felt safe.

Hamza Al-Ghamdi, the official spokesman and board member of the (Rahma) Society for Animal Welfare, told “Previously”: “Usually wolves avoid humans and if they encounter them, they quickly run away, and this behavior in the video is not a normal behavior for wild wolves, and perhaps it is a domesticated wolf and is fed by its breeders. Then he ran away from him or the breeder released him for some reason, either for fear of penalties or any other reason, and this opinion is supported by his clear fatness, which does not resemble the agility of the wild wolf, his familiarity with the photographer, and his submission, as his tail is unfortunately extended and attached to his body, and this is a sign of fear and submission.

He added, “It is worth noting that if viral rabies affects animals, they become savage and become crazy, fearful and suspicious. They bite anything that moves around them, even if cars or trees tires, they do not discriminate, and they may even bite themselves, while some animals such as foxes when they get rabies become the opposite. In terms of savagery, where she loses caution and gets very close to humans as if she were pets, but suddenly she bites and then quickly returns to her farewell.

He continued, “I think that the wolf in the clip has a story behind him. I wish there was a party to be informed of the incident at the time to catch him and investigate his matter, whether he was suffering from a disease or had an accident or another reason, knowing that this is the role of the natural life.”

Al-Ghamdi continued, through the blessed “Sabq” pulpit: I would like to convey a message to the honorable readers that these animals were created by God for wisdom, and they are nations like us. We have to protect ourselves from danger, but this does not mean that we attack or kill these animals in their natural environment, for example, monkeys. Their number increased after the decline in the number of Arab tigers.

He said, “Monkeys may one day become a pest and a threat to adults and children and to crops, and wolves have also significantly decreased in numbers, so let us preserve our environmental heritage and our partners in life.”





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