Wolves are carnivores that hunt caribou in the north, Sitka black-tailed deer in Southeast Alaska, and moose throughout the state. They are pack hunters, who use endurance and strategy to capture prey. Wolves are able to live and hunt in packs because of hierarchies, social structures which reinforce an individual’s place in the group through body language, positioning and vocalizing.
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