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THE HUNT

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Wolf packs cooperate in bringing down prey animals, however, they do not do so as effectively as lion prides. Wolves rarely remain with their pack for more than two years and because of this they have less time to learn how to hunt cooperatively. Within the pack, it is most often the mated pair that bring down the prey for their packmates.
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Wolf packs cooperate in bringing down prey animals, however, they do not do so as effectively as lion prides. Wolves rarely remain with their pack for more than two years and because of this  they have less time to learn how to hunt cooperatively. Within the pack, it is most often the mated pair that bring down the prey for their packmates.