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Grant Stedman D****9957 SCI204 section Q Wolves Lab 1. The wolves’ family (pack) resembles a human family because they stay together with the others that they are related to. They are very social animal and they work together to survive. Survival includes learning from the others in the pack, like traveling together, playing, and hunting. 2. The wolf stared out about 60 million years ago. They were much smaller then. Given the large area that they were given to grow in they became larger and as predators they also developed better techniques and tools for hunting. It is surprising to me that wolves, cats, and dogs are part of the same original family, but maybe that is why they enjoy fighting with each other. 3. Without wolves in the ecosystem of Yellowstone National Park, the animals that would be hunted by the wolves would not have their natural predator and could over populate and eventually over graze the plants. 4.
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