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Wolves were once an integral part of the Irish countryside and culture. The last wolf is said to have been killed in 1786.
Wolves feature prominently in Irish Mythology. The Irish Gaelic word for wolf is Mac Tire meaning literally the Son of the Country(side) and association with human transformation, there are many references in Irish mythology to lycanthropes. Lycanthropy is the professed ability or power of a human being to transform into a wolf, or to gain wolf-like characteristics. [Wiki]