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Chapter 15: Karana says that the leader of the dog pack is probably not a native dog—she had not seen it before the Aleuts came to hunt for otter. Is much larger than the native dogs, and it has longer hair. She has killed four of the dogs, but more puppies have been born since she was abandoned. One night, she sets fire to some brush, and pushes it into their cave. When the dogs run out, she shoots them. In the middle of the pack, the leader comes out and she shoots him in the chest, but he gets away. When she finds him three days later, he looks dead, but just as she is about to spear him, he moves his head, and she relents. Instead, she picks him up and carries him back to her hut, where she brings him fish, and...

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