Comments on “Yellowstone mysteries: Brain-altering parasite affecting wolves, ancient supervolcano closer to eruption?”

  1. Robert says:
    12/11/2022 at 2:49 AM

    So how are the wolves being infected? Are they eating the cougar feces?

    1. Joe says:
      12/12/2022 at 5:56 AM

      Gotta be cougar shit

  2. Melissa says:
    12/11/2022 at 12:56 PM

    How did they find that the parasite makes you more attractive? That is kind of odd.

    1. Richard says:
      12/13/2022 at 4:32 AM

      How does the parasite look

    2. William Maceri says:
      12/13/2022 at 5:26 AM

      I can’t help but notice the negative impact the stories I just read about here have. From the horrible things being said about American luxury cars to the wolves carrying parasites in their brains causing abnormal behavior, not to mention finding more liquid magma under Yellowstone. Wow! Where do we start trying to believe the world is still a great place to be. That said these are all things I love about life. Or should I say I did love? Yellowstone National Park has long been one of my favorite places to be. I’ve been going there since the 70s and love it more each time I go. Well not so much in 1988 when my brother and I drove through while it was burning with wildfires over 80% of the park. What wasn’t burning already had. And wolves are one of nature’s most incredible mammals that I’ve always been in awe of. And being a Gearhead all my life with a life long passion for the American auto industry, especially our beautiful world famous large luxury cars from each of the Big Three, it’s very discouraging to believe we can continue to hear these things without thinking that life as we have known it to be isn’t about end little by little. I’m 67 years old and now hope I won’t live long enough to see it all end the way it’s headed. We better focus on what we can do to fix everything. Oh, by the way, I forgot to include the 20 year drought that’s killing the beautiful American West. I hope I will be able to sleep tonight with all this in my head. It makes me feel the urgent need to get in the car and visit Yellowstone, Lakes Powell and Mead and all their glory before it’s all gone. With Powell and Mead at 25% capacity, I better drive fast!

      1. Rose Everett-Martin says:
        12/13/2022 at 12:51 PM

        Get in the car and go there. I am a Montana native, who has extended family buried under one of Yellowstone’s earthquakes. FYI: Strange animal behavior? In the Bible, at the end as we know it, animals turn on humans to kill them. I have warned neighbors who have small children when wolves were traversing our yards in plain sight, and fighting with my giant breed German Shepherd.

  3. Joe says:
    12/12/2022 at 5:59 AM

    Is it a sexually transmitted parasite?

  4. Theresa says:
    12/12/2022 at 12:17 PM

    It seems lately like house cats are also getting sick with the same problems of one another. And it’s causing them to also ack strange, get bumps on their backs and it looks and feels bad if you pet them seems it would be painful. These cats tend to want to stay outside more then inside. And they can stay out longer periods of time, without eating or drinking it seems . Yes maybe they are hunting of course but not certain if they are or just off and asleep? or who really knows . But when the finally come indoors their quick to eat and cry and beg annoyingly to want right back out . Also if they are in and using a litter box they will eat cat litter. I think it’s a disease called pica and it comes from parasites. Maybe carried by flees ticks or worms . But strange that hearing this alot lately more and more . Wild animals usually stay in the wild and hunt but some stray to cities and towns and may feed off trash and pass it on that way or just from bugs and parasites,I hope they find what’s causing theses things that are happening maybe related or have nothing at all to do with each other but it’s good if people help to try to figure something out or talk about different behaviors from the wild and domesticated ones.

  5. Maria says:
    12/12/2022 at 9:20 PM

    Parasites, lymelites, mobalites, hitites, what else?. Is affecting our animals on this earth….

  6. Joann says:
    12/13/2022 at 12:18 PM

    The beginning of the zombie apocalypse has begun.


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