It's still no reason to advocate extermination. Exterminate all the predators and you'll find out how soon you'll be overrun with their food.
Some earlier background on the incident.
"A colleague of a young man who may have been killed by a wolf attack in northern Saskatchewan told an inquest yesterday that he warned the man against going for a walk.
Just days before Kenton Carnegie?s death, Todd Svarckopf, a pilot for a geophysics company, said he nearly had been attacked by two wolves while he was outside checking on his plane.
?The wolves were very aggressive towards us,? the 37-year-old testified at the opening of an inquiry into Carnegie?s death. ?They constantly snapped their teeth at us.?"
A coroner's jury in Saskatchewan has determined that Ontario university student Kenton Carnegie was killed in a wolf attack...
Searchers later found his body surrounded by wolves...
Another wolf expert, Mark McNay, who had studied the case for Carnegie's family, told the jury he was convinced it was a wolf attack.
Meanwhile a village is under seige by a wolfpack
Villagers in Marshall have killed at least 22 dogs after wolves ? including at least one infected with rabies ? attacked sled-dog kennels in the village.
Reports of wolves showing up on the edge of town and near houses has continued since the attack on Wednesday, Oct. 24, when a wolf pack raided kennels and killed seven sled dogs, according to Nick P. Andrew Jr., administrator of the Ohogamiut Traditional Council.
Andrews said the attack also injured other dogs in the village, which has a population of about 375 residents.
....Villagers shot one of the attacking wolves, a juvenile female, during the attack. It tested positive for rabies.