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What kills a wolf?

Last Updated: 27th January, 2020

A large grizzly will sometimes dig up a motherwolf's den and eat the wolf cubs. And veryoccasionally, when a grizzly fights and kills a grownwolf, it will eat the wolf carcass. For their part,wolves have been known to gang up on a grizzly cub, kill it,and eat it.

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Regarding this, what animals can kill a wolf?

the bear, if fighting over a carcass can kill thewolf. some Mogonlian tribes hunt the wolf,their wolf is smaller. they hunt wolves with goldeneagles. if a wolf eats a child, the pack dies, the wolveswill pass on man eating.

Beside above, what are wolves afraid of? Wild wolves are afraid of humans andusually run away rather than be near people. Pet wolves, andwolf-dog hybrids, may be dangerous to humans because theyare no longer afraid of humans. They may hunt small childrenor pets, who remind them of prey.

In this way, what is the predator of a wolf?

The wolf's only major natural predator. Itis often mentioned that the wolves have no naturalpredators. Bears of various species will kill wolfpups, and sometimes, they will kill wolves over territorialdisputes and access to carcasses. Cougars and leopards have beenknown to take the odd wolf.

Can wolves kill a grizzly?

The situation is desperate, for both the wolvesand the bears. This video of a wolf pack attacking a mothergrizzly and her cubs is proof. They'll surplus kill,which means they'll kill more animals than they caneat or cache at the time. They'll also attack larger predators iftheir numbers make the attack effective.

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