In the Norse mythology, the wolf has been referred many times. In the 13th century, ‘Fenrir’ (fame-wolf) was depicted artistically in Prose Edda and Poetic Edda. It is a Norse mythological creature. Also, he was the father of ‘Hati’ and ‘Skoll’. It is believed that he defeated the Viking God, ‘Asgard’. He swallowed the sun causing an apocalypse. Apart from Norse mythology, J.R.R. Tolkein used the term ‘white wolves’ which used to cause plague in the ‘shire’.