Wolves may have been cooperating for more than a million years

From the Billings Gazette:

Just like humans, it is easier for wolves to survive when they all work together.

This is especially true if one gets injured. An injured wolf may be unable to hunt on its own. It might rely on the rest of its family — called a pack — to hunt and share. If the pack is successful, the injured wolf could join them for a meal, providing nourishment while its wound heals.

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