Never Cry Wolf - Study Guide Chapter 11: Souris a la Crème Summary & Analysis

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Farley realizes that the mouse population is sufficient to feed the wolves, but he is at a loss as to how to prove it is all they eat and wishes Mike and his huskies were still there to enable him to conduct a controlled experiment. Finally, he decides to use himself as a test subject, setting up timed intervals during which in one he would eat regularly, and in the other, eat only mice. Then he could compare the results. He decides to begin immediately, and he cleans a basin of corpses. He puts them in a pot of boiling water. When they are cooked, he discovers the bones can be easily chewed and swallowed, eliminating the need to pick the numerous minute bones apart. They are bland however, and since he becomes bored with the diet quickly, he creates several recipes. After...

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