Rather a lot of nothing.
Famously, the last wolf in England is reputed to have been killed at Humphrey Head in the 14th Century. At high tide, with hunters blocking the entire width of the narrow peninsula, there would have been no escape. The setting is so credible that I rather doubt the story – it's too credible; the location inspires the thought, which could easily have been embellished.
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