Wolves and Moose by Ian Dudley

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This assemblage of bronze sculptures by artist Ian Dudley sits within the natural foliage outside the James Ford Bell Museum of Natural History at the University of Minnesota. Attempting to recreate the confrontation between a large moose and a pack of several wolves, visitors to the museum find themselves in the middle of this standoff just prior to entering the museum. The complete name of this work is Wolves and Moose (Canis lupis, Alces alces), Predator and Prey, often shortened by faculty and students to Wolves and Moose.

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