From Reuters:

EIN GEDI, Israel (Reuters) – The eyes of a predator prowling through the Judean desert are easily seen in the park ranger’s spotlight from 100 meters (yards) away.

Normally this would mean a smaller animal, a fox or the occasional coyote, is after a midnight snack.

But since the start of summer, when the natural order got thrown slightly out of whack, there is a decent chance that the beady eyes staring back from the darkness belong to a wolf.

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