Since the late 70’s nearly 40 people died and many more injured by these food or drink dispensers. How many wolf deaths in the lower-48? Zero.
"Don’t text and drive” is a slogan for a reason—distractions because of phones are responsible for thousands of crashes and injuries and, unfortunately, about 9 deaths every day. Let that sink in...9 x 365 = 3,285!
Yes, even water can be more dangerous that wolves! Hard to believe, we know.
Smoking kills almost 480,000 Americans a year according to the CDC. Cigarettes: 480,000. Gray Wolf: 0.
In 2015, 5,736 pedestrians were killed on U.S. roads and many more injured. That’s right, just walking around can be more dangerous than the gray wolf.
Over a hundred people die from falling off ladders every year.
In 2015, about 5,000 people were killed as a result of choking in America.
Dogs, man’s best friend, cause about 31 deaths a year!
Watch your step—about 1,600 fatalities a year are from people falling down.
75 people die a year from a common weekly chore!
Drinking can be fun but at least a few people die every day from alcohol poisoning.
See? Wolves aren’t all that bad when you consider other risks we face every day by just...living life. There have been zero confirmed wolf fatalities in the lower-48 of this country.
Wolves are a staple of the West and humans have a responsibility to return them back there — we’ve got to protect our legacy. That’s what this is about.