Question about Uthgardt Barbarians?

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Does anyone know what sourcebook it says Gray Wolf Barbarians are lycanthropes? My friend had the book, but now he's out of town, and I'd like to do some research, but I can't find it anywhere. This is for 3.5, by the why. Any help is appreciated, thanks.
Neverwinter Campaign Setting, plus several novels mention it as well I believe; and I'm sure the standard FR books also mention it.
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IIRC it is mentionned in The Silver Marches book.
Try around p.94 (I don't have the book at hand).

Else, the FR Wiki page has the text

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