Why do you think this shapeshifting myth, the werewolf, is so common? Why do almost every culture has a werewolf myth? What's about them?
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That's only one question I was just putting it in a different way
I think it is so common because it is a way of describing monsters and almost every culture has a werewolf myth in it because they want to be able to say what monster is "destroying" their village or something like that and whats about them is that they can be humans that change into ferocious beast and you will never know who is a beast and not. Hopefully this helps.
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Why do you think the idea of an animal existing that is outside the realm of known science is so intriguing?
I kind of have an answer but I think i need more thought and detail into why it's so interesting.
I think the idea of an animal existing that is outside the realm of known science is so intriguing is because if it did exist than that means science can't cover everything making it where science doesn't explain everything. Tell me if this helps