Amaroks

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Ever curious about the term “Amarok”?

An amarok, or amaroq, is a gigantic gray wolf in Inuit mythology, said to stalk and devour any person foolish enough to hunt alone at night. Unlike real wolves who hunt in packs, amaroks hunt alone.

Writing in the 19th century, Danish geologist and Greenlandic scholar Hinrich Johannes Rink reported that the Greenlandic Inuit reserve the word amarok exclusively for this legendary wolf, whereas other Arctic peoples use it to refer to any wolf.

(Wikipedia, as of June 10th, 2015)

Broadening one´s cultural background is never enough, isn´t it? An “amarok” is a folkloric animal and real wolves, just like any and all other wild animals, are lovely creatures that deserve our protection* and admiration, they are not ours to game. That said, just like wolves (be or not a folkloric one!) work hard to get their livings, we are working hard behind the scenes to bring you quality desktop software – programs that you will not find elsewhere. And… guess what? Sure, exclusive programs created by us, the Amarok team (or ‘pack’, as you wish!). Now, why don´t you download and try our freeware version? Chances are you will love it! Download it from this page.

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* Regarding animal protection and welfare, please read our bloq. Just click on the “Our Blog -Nature´s Corner” tab at the right column.

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