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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Why do wolves work in a pack?wolves can help by either repelling predators off, or still catching the prey. Wolves in packs. Their howl means many things, but comes into a big part of pack life. Having pack is also good to show who is to (who is alpha dog and who rules) this is good for reproduction, only the best wolves are selected. Wolves are very social animals therefore working in a pack to hunt is not only social but easier. Its safer if they're all tracking something larger like a large bull. Why do wolves work in a pack? Wolves are very social animals therefore working in a pack to hunt is not only social but easier. Its safer if they're all tracking something larger like a large bull. There are up to 20 pack members and each wolf has over 60% better senses than a human or a dog, so you can really imagine how great tracking abilities are! Wolves (as long as we have known) have always hunted in packs. Their howl means many things, but comes into a big part of pack life. Having pack is also good to show who is to (who is alpha dog and who rules) this is good for reproduction, only the best wolves are selected. Only the best will be chosen to mateand produce the healthiest, top cubs. Working in such large numbers means if a wolf is in danger, the other wolves can help by either repelling predators off, or still catching the prey. Wolves are very social animals therefore working in a pack to hunt is not only social but easier. Its safer if they're all tracking something larger like a large bull. There are up to 20 pack members and each wolf has over 60% better senses than a human or a dog, so you can really imagine how great tracking abilities are! Wolves (as long as we have known) have always hunted in packs. Their howl means many things, but comes into a big part of pack life. Having a pack is also good to show who is to (who is alpha dog and who rules) this is good for reproduction, only the best wolves are selected. Only the best will be chosen to mate and produce the healthiest, top cubs. Working in such large numbers means if a wolf is in danger, the other wolves can help by either repelling predators off, or still catching the prey. What is the wolfs life cycle In having cubs? Pregnant female Wolf Cubs arrive Prepares den For cubs Times cubs Arrival For spring Wolves are legendary because of their howl, which they use to communicate. A lone wolf howls to attract the attention of his pack, while communal howls may send territorial messages from one pack to another. Some howls are confrontational. Much like barking domestic dogs, wolves may simply begin howling because a nearby wolf has already begun. Resources:https://animals.natinalgeograpics.com/animals/mammle/wolf.comhttps://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090817045358AAlCWHEAnimal families: wolves How do wolves communicate? Why do wolves work in a pack? Although wolves and doges contain similarities in some aspects, one came across more differences between the two. Wolf is basically considered only as a wild animal as compared to the dog which is well known house Pet, for the reason that dog was tame so they would not act like wolf. Wolves being wild animals are not right to live with people or to make a close relation like dogs. Unlike wolves, dogs have proved themselves as a good friend and good Pet. What is the difference between wolves and dogs?
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