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Learn Your Place!
Be a member of a wolf pack and learn to interact with the rest of the group. To integrate into the pack, you have to make choices about your behaviour. Wolves are social animals. They typically live in a group called a pack. A pack often consists of two parents and their offspring, and may also include a parent's sibling. Young wolves remain with their parents for close to two years. During this time, they learn their place in the pack by observing, imitating and sometimes challenging other wolves in an attempt to improve their status. See how you would do!
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