A few words about wolves of the Chernobyl Zone

In August 2018, the first animal leaving Chernobyl Exclusion Zone was evidenced by scientists. According to the publicized report, a young collared wolf (1-2 years), being a CEZ resident, travelled 365km reaching Russia perimeter territory. The dispersal of a young wolf is an important observation because it suggests that the

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A few words about wolves of the Isle Royale

Historically, neither moose nor wolves inhabited Isle Royale territory.
Primarily, its flora was mostly the taiga - boreal forest consisting of pine, spruce and larch - natural environment for boreal woodland caribou and Canada lynx, then coyotes (afterwards, suppressed by the wolves). Both primal prey-predatory related residents were hunted down

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