- Encounters, Human-wolf
- Encounters, Wolf-human
- Wolf-human encounters
- found: Work cat.: McNay, M.E. A case history of wolf-human encounters in Alaska and Canada, 2002: p. i (wolf-human interactions; wild, healthy wolves in North America present little threat to human safety; however, since 1970 some cases have appeared in the published literature documenting wolf aggression toward people; case history that describes 80 wolf-human encounters in which wolves showed little fear of people; 39 cases contain elements of aggression among healthy wolves, 12 cases involve known or suspected rabid wolves, and 29 cases document fearless behavior among nonaggressive wolves)
- 2003-06-07: new
- 2010-12-17: revised
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