A caribou killed by wolves on a gravel bar of the Fortymile River in the Yukon Territory, just east of the Alaska border. (Courtesy Photo | Ned Rozell)

A caribou killed by wolves on a gravel bar of the Fortymile River in the Yukon Territory, just east of the Alaska border. (Courtesy Photo | Ned Rozell)

Life recycled on a wilderness gravel bar

How does a 300-pound animal disappear so fast?

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