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Experts study wolf skeletons for clues about behavior

Paleopathologist Sue Ware, and carnivore ecologist from Gardiner, Jim Halfpenny are collaborating on research as part of the Yellowstone Wolf Recovery Program through the National Park Service.

Ware’s work is forensic in nature. Yellowstone technicians look for evidence at the scene about the wolves’ cause of death when they pick up the bodies. Observations of park biologists and regular Yellowstone wolf-watchers are often invaluable for reconstructing wolves’ activities in the days before their death.

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