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wolfpack

A family group of wolves that live and hunt together. Be careful out there at night—a wolfpack has been seen roaming that part of the woods.
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In Washington State, a wolf pack must have four confirmed kills in a 10-month period to be considered a target for lethal removal.
Similarly, the relationships that dogs share with other dogs in their homes are not analogous to a wolf pack. Rather dogs have social partners (friends really) and acquaintances, just like humans.
At the scale of a wolf pack territory larger pack size also increased the probability of recurring livestock depredations although, in contradiction to the regional scale, lethally removing wolves decreased the probability of future depredations events because fewer individuals remained to depredate within that local area (Bradley et al.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife's (WDFW) decision to kill a wolf pack responsible for killing and injuring livestock in the northeastern parts of the state has received major backlash from conservation groups and local tribes.
A wolf pack is composed of a group of activist investors working in unison to gain control of corporate boards.
Interviews were conducted in 62 households in Ayida village, 2 km from a wolf pack in Worgona Valley, after reports of a disease outbreak in the area.
(Think Two and a Half Men but with better parenting skills--"there are a lot of human families who could benefit by seeing how a wolf pack raises its young," Peake says.)
"In Canada, we figured a wolf pack will kill a deer every three to four days," says outdoor writer and biologist Brad Fenson.
Having studied wolves in the wild for close to 50 years, and actually lived with a wolf pack on Ellesmere Island near the north pole, wildlife biologist Dr.
Cavanagh converted Joslin's rebound on a five-on-three power play at 4:04, then Joslin picked off a Wolf Pack clearing attempt and scored on a 40-foot shot from the slot at 8:15.
Of most interest to Oregonians is that biologists have confirmed the presence of a wolf pack that includes adults and pups in Union County north of La Grande.
Kidnapped by mercenary lions, she escapes and has to make her way in the forest where she comes into contact with a wolf pack. The pack is led by Velyo who, though he tries to take advantage of Oliza, also shares her wisdom about leadership.
Merrill (2000) indicates that a military base in Minnesota with a road density of 1.42 km/k[m.sup.2] has supported a wolf pack for over six years.