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Yesterday I took photos of a wolf statue. The wolf is part of the Coat of Arms of the city of Amstetten. It looks like a regular wolf, but should I post this in "Famous Fictional Figures" or "Epic beings" or "Figurative Pulic Sculptures" (or all of the above :-))?

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If it looks real, then the Figurative Sculptures category is the right one.

 

The two other ones mentioned might apply if there is a, preferably well-known, story connected to that specific animal.

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Don't get me wrong! It does not matter if the sculpture is famous, it is only about the wolf. 

The she-wolf that nursed Romulus and Remus or Fenrir in the Nordic mythology would be an Epic Creature. The wolf in Little Red Riding Hood or in Aesop's fables could go to the Famous Fictional Figures category.

This wolf looks like an ordinary everyday wolf to me, but I don't know, maybe there is a story in the area.

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On 7/23/2017 at 4:49 AM, PISA-caching said:

Yesterday I took photos of a wolf statue. The wolf is part of the Coat of Arms of the city of Amstetten. It looks like a regular wolf, but should I post this in "Famous Fictional Figures" or "Epic beings" or "Figurative Pulic Sculptures" (or all of the above :-))?

I would post that in figurative - nice picture!

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