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ABOUT ME: Koa (Alias) / 21 years / female
OCCUPATION: fourth year college student majoring in English, news editor for a newspaper
INTERESTS: zoos, writing, wolves, wildlife management, politics, poetry, news, other animals, games, cocktails, cooking, art, and laughing at myself
ART STATUS: I am currently not accepting requests or trades.
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they still didn’t know the killer in gévaudan
when the french slew him with silver bullets
and turned mount mouchet’s slopes red in june 1767.
two years before, a september hunt saw antonie
haul a five foot seven wolf out of chazes
and shoot its kin of beauceron blood.
their bodies were stuffed and sent to versailles,
but december came and the massacre didn’t stop
so villagers’ tongues whispered werewolves.
 The Beast of Gévaudan was a wolf, wolfdog or dog that attacked many people between 1764 and 1767 in the former French province of Gévaudan, which is now modern-day Lozère. Most likely, the beast was not just one but multiple individual animals. Estimates of the number of attacks vary, but the most recent estimate is 160 deaths and 30 injuries. The beast contributed to regional werewolf hysteria and has its own origin myths.
 The Marin Report was a report on the necropsy of the final animal killed on Mount Mouchet.It is named after the notary Marin, who transcribed the report. The necropsy found the animal’s last victim within its stomach.
I am behind on uploading poems. I have one more that needs revisions (or at least a proper ending) and I am working on one now for class on Tuesday.