Well that didn't take long!
In January, ICS camera traps recorded the remarkable scene of a Grey Wolf with its kill in Khojir National Park, eastern Tehran.
The animal had passed in front of the motion-detector infrared camera and then returned with its kill which was later identified as a small carnivore, probably a jackal.
The wolf was photographed as part of continuing field research under the Khojir Carnivore Research program, launched in early 2005.
Led by Morteza Eslami, the only member of the IUCN/SSC Hyena Specialist Group in Iran, the project aims to study populations and interactions of three large-sized carnivores - striped hyena, wolf and leopard - within a human-pressured habitat.