Alaskan sea otters have been introduced again from the brink of extinction. Now wolves are searching them.

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After eradicating their deer prey, wolves on a distant Alaskan island have turned to voraciously searching and consuming sea otters as their primary meals supply, a brand new research has revealed.

The invention, made on the 20 sq. mile (52 sq. kilometers) Nice Island positioned roughly 40 miles (65 kilometers) west of Juneau, Alaska, marks the very first time that sea otters (Enhydra lutris) have been documented as the first meals supply for a land-based predator.

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