What do lynx, flying squirrels, ravens, and wolverines have in common? They will all scavenge from snowshoe hare carcasses under the right conditions, according to a new study by University of Alberta ecologists. And they’re not alone. In fact, researchers documented 24 different species feeding from snowshoe hare carcasses in Canada’s northern boreal forest.
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