Folio 16v - De eale; the yale. De lupo; the wolf.
Folio 17r - Wolf, continued
The yale. The wolf.
The yale is as large as a horse, is black, and has an elephant's tail and the jaws of a wild boar. Its horns are long and mobile: one can fold backwards while the other fights. The wolf approaches a sheepfold like a dog, stealthily and silently, without waking the shepherd. His eyes shine at night like lamps.
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The wolf and his evil nature.
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