Why wolves stick together
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Wolves Stick Together
Before they joined together males would abandon their mates and their children. But some males would stay with their families.
The prey adapted to the environment so they ran faster and bigger preditors started hunting wolves. Most wolfs struggled to survive. But those who have are with other wolves are able to trap food and bring some back for the cubs and nursing females.
Males and Females would only keep their cubs alive by keeping them together so that they could fight off animals with more power.
Wolves started to make packs and when they made an alpha male and female, when a alpha male died the strongest son will take it's place.
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