This comes from Brehm’s Tierlauben (Life of Animals) (1893).
It shows a pack of European wolves killing a wisent, also known as a European bison.
The wisent was already extinct in Germany by mid-eighteenth century, but wolves held on in Germany until the beginning of the twentieth century.
Brehm would have known about wolves hunting wisent from accounts from Eastern Europe.
However, wolves have been steadily recolonizing Germany from the east, but wisent have been gone a long time.
But they were recently reintroduced to a forest in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia.
The wolves are largely concentrated to the eastern part of the country, so scenes like this one aren’t going be seen any time soon.
But the potential is there.