Shadow Vanity

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Lone wolf


Silently she sits in the grass, un-moving, her ear twitches as she hears a rabbit in the brush. Getting up, she stalks the rabbit. The rabbits nose twitches softly and it turns spotting her. She stops in her tracks as she notices the rabbit looking at her. The rabbit takes off running, but is too slow. The female gray wolf snatches the rabbit off the forest floor and breaks it's neck quickly so the rabbit is not in any unnecessary pain. After her quick lunch (pun intended) she pads into her nearby den and takes a nap. She is the Lone female Gray Wolf

Submitted: Monday, April 22, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 27, 2013

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