Food habits of the world's grey wolves

@article{Newsome2016FoodHO,
  title={Food habits of the world's grey wolves},
  author={T. Newsome and L. Boitani and G. Chapron and P. Ciucci and C. Dickman and Justin A. Dellinger and J. V. L{\'o}pez-Bao and R. Peterson and Carolyn R. Shores and A. Wirsing and W. Ripple},
  journal={Mammal Review},
  year={2016},
  volume={46},
  pages={255-269}
}
  • T. Newsome, T. Newsome, +10 authors W. Ripple
  • Published 2016
  • Biology
  • Mammal Review
  • Grey wolves Canis lupus have been studied extensively, but there has been no detailed review of the species’ feeding ecology, despite growing debate about how to conserve wolf populations while limiting their impacts on wild or domestic ungulates. Here, we assess the extent to which the grey wolf diet varies among and within North America, Europe, and Asia. We derived dietary data from searches of published literature. We grouped studies based on their bioregional location. We compared grey… CONTINUE READING
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