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Fig. S1. Observed shoulder height versus wolf body mass with fitted linear spline curve from Table S5.

Table S1. A priori candidate GLMM models for the effects of age and sex on wolf body mass

Table S2. A priori candidate GZLMM models for the effects of body mass on the ability of an individual wolf to attack, select, and kill elk

Table S3. A priori candidate GZLMM spline models for the effects of body mass on the ability of an individual wolf to select out an elk from a group

Table S4. A priori candidate SLR spline models for the association between wolf body mass and shoulder height

Table S5. Best-fit SLR model for the association between wolf body mass and shoulder height

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