How O-Six became the “most famous wolf” in the world

From Salon:

“Some of us are born great, some achieve greatness, and others have greatness thrust upon them,” Shakespeare wrote in “Twelfth Night”; to that, I might add, some are never aware of their greatness but possess it anyway. Such was the case of O-Six, a female wolf who lived in and around Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, and who — thanks to a few obsessive wolf-watchers and the ubiquity of social media — managed to live as a free-roaming wolf, unencumbered of gates or walls, while still having her existence carefully recorded to the extent that fame followed her around the world.

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