Size of werewolf population in the world | | i love WEREWOLVES
The werewolf population in the world is extremely small when you compare it to other species on the planet. Even vampires outnumber werewolves by a good amount. If werewolves are so powerful, why is there such a disparity in the population size between them and the other creatures on the planet? One reason is because werewolves were hunted nearly to extinction during the 18th century. At the time, the vampire population was quite large compared to the werewolves. A group of newer vampires emerged who had considerable egos and wanted no part in the tradition, discretion, and decorum that had been part of the vampire code up until that point. This group of younger vampires therefore got together and went on a savage spree, exposing themselves to humans and unmercilessly taking the humans they wanted. What they did not expect was that the humans would fight back. And that they would be helped in part by some of the older vampires, who saw no need for this young, insurbordinate group