|~ The Gray Wolf hunting ~|
Wolves live in packs of about 4-7 members in the wild. They hunt, travel, and sleep together. The wolf is one of the best examples of an animal who knows about teamwork! They are phenomenal hunters. They eat a wide selection of animals and plants; they're not picky! They will eat berries, caribou, moose, horses, elk, deer, beavers, rabbits, and other small mammals or birds. Wolves are also scavengers, eating already dead animals that have died because of starvation or disease.
The wolf has a very interesting and strong bond with the raven - it is an every day miracle of nature. They work together to survive, their destinies forever linked. Here is how it works:
The raven is a bird, and can scout and search exceptionally well. The wolf relies on the raven on finding the food (whether it be dead or alive). For example, the raven might spot a herd of caribou. Then, it would alert the wolves. The wolves would hunt down a caribou and kill it. They would bite through the tough skin and feed. The raven would join. The wolf relies on the raven on finding the food (whether it be dead or alive), and the raven needs the wolf to kill the food and open up the animal's skin. Isn't it fascinating? I hope you enjoyed it.