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Russian granny fights off attack by lone wolf:

A woman from a village in southern Russia fought off a wolf with her bare hands and killed it with an axe. Aishat Maksudova from Novo Biryuzyak village in the Russian North Caucasus republic of Dagestan was with a group of villagers herding cows and sheep.
She heard the cry of a calf being attacked by the wolf.Mrs Maksudova managed to save the calf but the wolf then turned its attention to her, clamping its jaws on to her hand.
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Source: Voice of Russia.
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  1. blackseabrew December 10, 2012

    Just saw a short documentary about a man who moved back to a village in Dagestan to setup a business making/selling traditional rugs, westerners know them as persian rugs. All the labor, wool and dyes were from the locals. The rugs sold for around $25/square foot. If I remember correctly the village typically produces about 200 of these rugs every year. Very interesting.

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