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The brave Russian peasant strangled the raging wolf to death


The brave Russian farmer strangled the raging wolf to death with his bare hands after the animal killed two dogs and attacked his horse

  • CCTV footage captured the moment the man was attacked with a torch
  • Farmer and wolf fought in the snow before he grabbed the animal by the neck
  • The video ends with the nameless farmer repeatedly beating the predator

A farmer fought and strangled a giant wolf "with his bare hands" after killing two dogs and attacking his horse.

CCTV footage captured the moment when the man was attacked with a torch and bitten by the wild animal in eastern Russia.

The farmer and the wolf fought in the snow before he grabbed and held the animal by the neck.

A farmer fought and strangled a giant wolf "with his bare hands" after killing two dogs and attacking his horse

CCTV footage captured the moment when the man was attacked with a torch and bitten by the wild animal in eastern Russia

CCTV footage captured the moment when the man was attacked with a torch and bitten by the wild animal in eastern Russia

The full-grain video is about three minutes long and ends with the nameless farmer repeatedly beating the predator, but reports reportedly did not use any weapons.

"The farmer didn't have time to pick up his rifle and got into a fight with the animal with his bare hands," one report said.

He feared the wolf would attack his cattle after killing two dogs and attacking a horse, he said.

The wounded man who posed with the dead wolf will be tested for rabies after the attack.

The full-grain video is about three minutes long and ends with the nameless farmer repeatedly beating the predator, but reports reportedly did not use any weapons

The full-grain video is roughly three minutes long and ends with the nameless farmer repeatedly beating the predator, but reports reportedly did not use any weapons

Mass animal vaccinations were carried out in the village of Novotroitskoye, southwest of Birobidzhan, the capital of the Jewish Autonomous Region of Russia.

Villagers say wolf attacks on guard dogs and farm animals are becoming more common after the destruction of the area's forests.

One villager said, “The forests are being destroyed and burned down, causing wolves to lose their usual prey.

& # 39; That is utterly human fault …

"The farmer didn't have time to pick up his rifle and got into a fight with the animal with his bare hands," one report said

"It's like the wolves have become homeless. That's why they leave the forest."

Galina Dzyuba, the region's chief veterinarian, said tests were underway to see if the killed wolf was rabid.

"We should know the exact reason for the attack soon," she said.

"Did it happen because the wolf ran out of food or was sick?"

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