Open door for the wolf

14th July 1995 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Open door for the wolf: this tame cub was the star of Fun in Science week at The Beacon School, Banstead, Surrey, when the UK Wolf Conservation Trust visited to talk about the species, native to Britain until 200 years ago. The trust wants to build a better public image for wolves, which are classified as dangerous.In fact, says a spokesman, they are "very sociable animals - intelligent, resourceful and adaptable".

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