Wolf Dog Living In Philadelphia Park!
A wolf dog has been spotted living in Philadelphia’s famous Pennypack Park. Although authorities have tried to capture the wolf dog, they have not been successful. No wolf dog attacks have been reported yet, but officials say that this is a wild animal that can attack humans or other animals, especially if hungry.
Pennypack Park is a municipal park, in Northeast Philadelphia in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. Established in 1905 by ordinance of the City of Philadelphia. it is home so a number of wild animals (no wolves until know) as well as one of the largest ongoing music festivals in the state of Pennsylvania.
Pennypack Park has about 1,600 acres of woodlands, meadows and wetlands. More than 150 species of nesting and migrating birds use the park, including the tiny Ruby-throated Hummingbird, the Great Blue Heron, Warblers, the Pileated Woodpecker, several kinds of seabirds, ducks, geese, hawks, Great Horned Owls and the little Screech Owl to name only a few. Famous for its large, scattered deer herd, the park is home to a large variety of mammals, including several kinds of bat, the Red and Gray Fox, rabbits, chipmunks, mice, muskrats, woodchucks, raccoons, skunks, opossum and weasels. The park is home to many reptile species including several kinds of snakes, turtles, frogs, the common toad and several kinds of salamanders
Officers are trying to catch it, using cages and tranquilizer darts, with no success. the wolf dog has moved into Pennypack Park and has no plans to leave. Why would it? It has plenty of food and great music as well!