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Still Waters

New grey wolf populations found in Canada

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Two distinct populations of grey wolves have been found living side-by-side in British Columbia, Canada.

The research built on the knowledge of indigenous people who had distinguished between the mainland "timber wolf" and island "coastal wolf".

Scientists compared DNA from wolf faeces to determine if the two groups were different.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/nature/27763772

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dlonewolf85

Wolves don't like people going through their poop!!

<Waves fist at the ones who've been hanging outside my bathroom for my 'sample'>

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Dark Howl

It's wonderful that we're seeing wolves come back along the coast and finding two types.

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Kenemet

(sigh) if we can just learn to get along with them...

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Ryu

It's wonderful that we're seeing wolves come back along the coast and finding two types.

Seafood eating wolves? That's unusual. Be interesting to see how they get their food.

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Mojohand

Uh-oh. Sarah Palin's gonna get in her chopper and start shooting them again...

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