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Maybe, the moon is a he and not a she, and every night he waits for the girl who once used to wish on his light when the moon is full, until one day, the girl just stopped wishing and she never peered back again at him. And maybe, the moon asked the ocean’s help to look for the girl in every sea and in every shore, and the wolves’ help, in every land and in every continent. And maybe, the moon never finds the girl again because centuries and eons had passed and the oceans never cease tiding, and the wolves never stop howling every night, maybe saying, “mate, we still haven’t found her.”
—  cynthia go // And maybe, the girl wished for a love that never wanes [73/365]

I accidentally stumbled into the Gerudo highlands after completing the first level and got attacked by not one, not two but THREE MOBLINS. THREE. Scared the poop out of me. But luckily I was able to break them apart with the bombs and escape in the storm. Now here I am in the middle of Gerudo armed only with a Bokoblin club. 

STOP THE CULLING OF ALBERTA’S WILD WOLF POPULATIONS

In the effort to preserve endangered woodland caribou populations in Alberta’s northern regions, the province’s government has initiated a large-scale wolf cull. In recent years more than 500 wolves have been hunted by air and shot, left to suffer and die in the woods. According to the government, effective population control of the wolf, a known caribou predator, will help eliminate continued decreases in caribou populations.

However, recent peer-reviewed scientific studies have shown that the region’s wolves are hunting far more deer than caribou. This evidence lead scientists to look for other reasons for caribou population decline. By examining caribou scat, scientists found that caribou in the area are dealing with serious levels of stress which they conclude is due to the rapid scale of oil and gas development, most notably of the tar sands, in traditional caribou habitat. Tar sands development, which requires the destruction of ancient boreal forest, means that caribou are being forced into less-densely wooded areas where they are more exposed to hunters, vehicles and predators.

Also, the loss of old growth forest means caribou have little access to the lichens they feed on to survive Alberta’s cold winters. Woodland caribou are highly sensitive to disruptions in their habitat, migration and mating patterns. Increased industrial activity, forestry, hunting and off-roading have all contributed to the decrease in caribou populations, although the Albertan government is holding the wolf responsible.

Biologists have come forward to condemn the wolf cull as “morally and biologically wrong” and more scandalously “a waste of time.”

We must urge the government to consider alternative methods to ensure the survival of endangered caribou species, alternatives that do not in turn threaten the health and preservation of treasured wolf populations. The Albertan government must know that the population of Canada does not see this wolf cull as an adequate solution.

Culling wild wolves provides no guarantee that the problem will be solved and worse, deflects attention from the destructive industries which should be held accountable for their role in declining caribou populations and habitat.

Help save wolves, SIGN PETITION! 

How sad isn’t it that the wolves has to suffer because of us humans poisoning and destroying the earth…

*BREAKS THROUGH YOUR WINDOW IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT*

IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT WHEN THE WOLVES COME OUT

*SCREAMS IN YOUR EAR*

HEADING STRAIGHT FOR YOUR HEART 

*POKES YOU IN THE CHEST*

LIKE A BULLET IN THE DARK

*HEADBANGS INTO THE WALL*

ONE BY ONE I TRY TO TAKE THEM DOWN

*JUMPS OUT WINDOW*

BUT THEY RUN AND HIDE AND AIN’T GOING DOWN WITHOUT A FIGHT