An Ancient Wolf, Canus lupus, Den and Associated Human Activity in the Southwestern Yukon Territory

Richard Farnell, P. Gregory Hare, Daniel R. Drummond


The recovery of an ancient hunting artifact in an active Wolf den indicates that Wolf denning sites may be reused for many centuries. It also suggests that traditional practices of predator management by humans may have great antiquity.


Wolf; Canis lupus; den; archaeology; bow and arrow; Yukon

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