Wolves and men have been coexisting on the same territories for several thousand years. This proximity led to ambiguous relationships, between fear and respect, hatred and passion. Wolves are successively divine, infernal, fascinating, frightening, victims, executioners. The complexity of these relationships explains why wolves still divide the populations and creates the sometimes violent opposition between their supporters and their opponents.
The aim of this part is to present objectively the interactions existing between men and their carnivorous neighbours.