Never Cry Wolf - Study Guide Chapter 19: Naked To The Wolves Summary & Analysis

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In all their travels, Farley and Ootek only encounter human beings once. One of the families of Ootek’s tribe had pitched a tent in a position to intercept the caribou as they crossed the river at a point where it narrows. Ootek stays to help them for a few days, while Farley takes advantage of some time alone to swim, sunbathe, and relax. Since modesty is unnecessary, Farley is caught without clothing when three wolves cross a nearby ridge. Rather than risk losing them by stopping to get his clothing, Farley grabs his binoculars and heads after them as is. He follows them six miles or more across the country and is surprised to find that despite running into a large caribou herd, the wolves seemed intent on playing rather than hunting. In fact, the scene that greets him as he crests the...

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