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Predator and Prey by LoneWolfPhotography Predator and Prey by LoneWolfPhotography
Kenai, the newest addition to the wolf pack at the Oregon Zoo poses only feet away from a male Elk which, in the wild, his pack would try to take down if possible. The Elk keeps a close eye on Kenai's activity as well.

Kenai will soon become a magnificent wolf and I suspect, from the size of his paws, that he will be quite huge. At only 8 months, he is already larger than his possesive packmate, Yazhi, who is now about 2 years old.

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shadowpixie7 Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2013  Hobbyist
I feel as though the elk is photobombing
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xXRedRidingHoodXx Featured By Owner May 6, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
used in journal skin, dont worry, i gave credit!!
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LupusAzulli Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Did he... maybe throw himself at the fence and go insane? No? I hope not? Sorry I'm so weird. :woohoo:
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LoneWolfPhotography Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
No more weird than me taking 6 months to reply! :lol: My apologies for my long long absence. :bow: To answer your question, everyone thought it might cause trouble when they were put so close together but they took it really well and no, he didn't go insane OR get tangled in the fence. :D
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LupusAzulli Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Oh good. xD
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Devynn Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
I love the concept!
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LoneWolfPhotography Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
In the beginning, it was quite interesting to see their reactions, but I think now they've all gotten used to the idea that they can't get at each other so they rarely even pay attention to each other that much any more. :nod:
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Devynn Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
lol. That's funny.
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WerecatWarrior Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2009  Student Digital Artist
He's so handsome! I love the look of black wolves!! :heart: Just from the pic you can tell he's gonna be a big boy when he's older.
It's so sad that they stuck the wolves next to some of their natural prey. The scent must torture both sets of creatures. They should at least make it so they can't see one another.
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LoneWolfPhotography Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
I wondered about that too....if being so close to food that's unattainable would just drive them crazy. I know they can't understand WHY they can't get at the elk. Fortunately, they seem to have gotten used to the idea and pay less and less attention to their closeness. :nod:
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