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Wolf, Bear Fish For Salmon

During Alaska's salmon run, two big predators fish side by side

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Here’s something you don’t see every day: Two apex predators fishing side by side, on the same river. National Park Service employee Peter Hamel filmed a grizzly bear and a wolf both fishing the same stretch of river during the salmon run in Alaska’s Katmai National Park. The National Wildlife Federation put up the video:

Pretty amazing. I never would’ve guessed the wolf could out-fish a grizzly bear, but there you have it. Keep casting, Grizz—you’ll get one soon.

—Ted Alvarez

Do Wolves Fish? National Wildlife Federation

via The Goat