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New research at Voyageurs National Park is challenging the conventional wisdom on wolves: Their diets are a lot more varied than previously thought. Courtesy of Voyageurs Wolf Project hide caption

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The Secret Fishing Habits Of Northwoods' Wolves

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A wolf in its enclosure at the Hexentanzplatz zoo in Thale, northern Germany. Klaus-Dietmar Gabbert/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Wolves Are Back In Germany, But Not Always Welcome

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The alpha female of the Canyon Pack at Yellowstone National Park sustained a gunshot wound and was euthanized last month near Gardiner, Mont. Neal Herbert/Yellowstone National Park hide caption

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Two wolves, as caught in night-vision footage by a game camera in West Jutland, Denmark. Scientists say that since 2012, they have confirmed at least five different wild wolves in the country — four males and one female. Courtesy of Natural History Museum Aarhus hide caption

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Got spaghetti? Dogs digest starch more efficiently than their wolf ancestors, which may have been an important step during dog domestication. Lauren Solomon/iStockphoto.com/Nicholas Moore /Courtesy of Nature hide caption

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