A 77-year-old woman has been eaten by a wolf after collapsing just 50 metres away from her home.
It is believed Lima Ankudinova may have suffered a heart attack as she walked back to her house in Russia.
A neighbour found her half-eaten remains in a pool of blood.
According to the Mirror, Fedot Nekrasov, 68, said: "I had gone out in the morning as I do everyday for a brisk walk when I came across her body.
"One of her legs had been entirely eaten and so had half of the other one.
"Also the top of her head was missing. It was a grim sight alright."
An autopsy revealed that the woman had probably died before being eaten by the wolf.
A local shop owner said that the people in the community, especially children, could now be "easy targets" as the wolf now has a taste for human blood.
According to fsnewsen.com, a police spokesman said: "We have spoken to the relevant local authorities who have agreed that we should take action.
"We have therefore deployed armed officers and hunters to find the wolf and destroy it."
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