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Grey wolf pack
Unlike wild cats that stalk and kill large prey alone, wolves attack only with their jaws and thus need the support of other pack member to surround and ambush their prey. The grey wolf is a social animal in many other ways as well, and it relies on other pack members for leadership and the care for the young. Pack size varies with the availability of food. (postcard)

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