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Denali study area
    (Paper published December 2007 in Alaska Park Science 6(2): 73-77.  The Figures 1-3 graphics in this
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Wolves of the Savage family harass a large grizzly bear in October 1973, trying to chase it from a partially eaten bull moose the bear killed a couple of days earlier just out of the picture.  The wolves succeeded in taking over the kill later in the day.  Wolf-bear confrontations are common, usually with the wolves trying to steal a carcass from a bear or vice versa.  The wolves often also seem to relish these confrontations as a form of sport.