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- In Yellowstone, packs of wolves, Grizzly bears and cougars are known to prey upon American bison.
- It is more common for predators to go after young, old and sick members of a herd as opposed to risking life and limb by attacking its healthier members.
- Owing to their size and numbers, encounters with bison can be dangerous such that they can prove fatal.
- As a result, bison have few natural predators.
- It is essential that wolves work in packs to bring down an adult bison as a team.
|Predators||Cougars • Coyotes • Foxes • Golden eagles • Grizzly bears|
|Prey||Beaver • Bison • Elk • Hare • Moose • Mule deer|
|Juveniles|| Cattle calf • Elk calf • Grizzly bear cub • Moose calf • Mule deer fawn|
Wolf stages: Pup • Teen
|Wolves||Dispersal (Mate) • Stranger (Predator)|
|Non-interactable||Birds • Cats • Cattle • Insects • Ravens|
|Non-entity||Dogs • Humans|
|Miscellaneous||Plane • Toad|