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Adverse conditioning is definitely the answer to solving the wolf problem at the Mendenhall Glacier. A few well-placed rubber bullets or bean bags should send the right message to the lamebrains who deliberately encourage their dogs to approach the wolf and the photographers who crowd and relentlessly seek him in pursuit of their own selfish interests.
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It's only fair they should be the ones - not Romeo - to be on the receiving end of a little behavior modification, because these people caused the problem in the first place.