Killing of a muskox, Ovibus moschatus, by two wolves, Canis lupis, and subsequent caching
The killing of a cow Muskox (Ovibos moschatus) by two Wolves (Canis lupus) in 5 minutes during summer on Ellesmere Island is described. After two of the four feedings observed, one Wolf cached a leg and regurgitated food as far as 2.3 km away and probably farther. The implications of this behavior for deriving food-consumption estimates are discussed.
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|Publication Subtype||Journal Article|
|Title||Killing of a muskox, Ovibus moschatus, by two wolves, Canis lupis, and subsequent caching|
|Series title||Canadian Field-Naturalist|
|Publisher||Ottawa Field-Naturalists' Club|
|Contributing office(s)||Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center|