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- Territoriality and Inter-Pack Aggression in Gray Wolves: Shaping a Social Carnivore’s Life History
- Conflict between neighboring wolf packs is common, and accounts for 2/3 of natural wolf deaths
- The presence of older, more experienced wolves in a pack, is a better indicator of success, than total number
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Group Composition Effects on Aggressive Interpack Interactions of Gray Wolves in Yellowstone National Park
In Wolves, Play Behaviour Reflects the Partners’ Affiliative and Dominance Relationship
Dominance Relationships in a Family Pack of Captive Arctic Wolves (Canis lupus arctos): The Influence of Competition for Food, Age and Sex
David Mech’s explanation of the Term “Alpha” in Wolf Packs.
Submission: Its Features and Function in the Wolf and Dog
Expression Studies on Wolves – Rudolph Schenkel, 1947 (and reference to the Mech “Alpha” debacle)