A tale of wolves, moose and missing ice
By Sarah Zielinski, 11:17 AM May 13, 2014
Isle Royale, 200 square miles of forested island, sits in the middle of Lake Superior, just south of the line that divides the United States from Canada. No one lives there — it’s a national park — but from mid-April through October, visitors can hike, canoe and otherwise enjoy the remote location. During the winter, though, the island is left to the moose (which number in the hundreds), the wolves that prey on them and a small band of scientists conducting the longest continuous predator-pre...
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