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Distinct Populations of Gray Wolves Found Living Side by Side in Canada

A team based at the University of Victoria recently reported the results of a study in an area of British Columbia known as Bella Bella.  The area includes a mainland land mass separated by water from five nearby islands.  There … Continue reading

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