Wolf Packs Don't Actually Have 'Alphas'

Wolf Packs Don't Actually Have 'Alphas'
National Park Service via AP

You may have heard that a wolf pack is led by an alpha pair.

Given this designation, it’s easy to imagine that a pack consists of young adults and older animals in a strict ranking system. You can imagine that relatives, newcomers and challengers are all part of the system. Maybe some of these wolves might challenge the alpha male to take over leadership of the pack?

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