“Footloose and unaffiliated wolves don’t often integrate with established packs, even when there is room for them to do so.
That’s the finding from new research examining how hunting wolves in Idaho and Alberta impacted the chances of acceptance for immigrant animals. The results of the study, which surprised the primary authors, raise questions about a long-held tenet of wolf ecology.”
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