Wolves will eat just about anything, including sea otters

From EarthTouch News Network:

You might presume a sea otter mainly lives in fear of a lethal bolt from the blue in the form of an orca or white shark. Turns out, though, that some threats come on four legs.

recent paper in Ecology underscores the dietary (and strategic) versatility of the gray wolf – historically among the most widely distributed large carnivores on Earth – and, more specifically, just how marine-oriented the menus of coastal wolves along the Pacific margin of northwestern North America can be.


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