Why Are There So Many Black Wolves In Yellowstone?

Members of the Druid Peak Pack in Yellowstone National Park engage in a game of chase. The gray colored wolf on the left represents the homozygous gray phenotype, whilst the black colored wolf on the right represents the K-locus black phenotype. (Credit: Daniel Stahler / National Park Service)



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