https://www.livingwithwolves.org/how-wolves-hunt/

They chase their prey, often over longer distances, sometimes even a few miles, in order to find the right animal or opportunity. On the hunt, wolves work together  ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqkBX2oGWOw

Sep 14, 2008 ... Gray wolf kills young elk in Yellowstone. ... Fight for survival. Fighting animals - Duration: 12:24. Hunting Wild hunt TV 6,200,688 views · 12:24.

https://www.wolf.org/wolf-info/basic-wolf-info/biology-and-behavior/hunting-feeding-behavior/

Gray wolf with moose bone The wolf is a carnivore, an animal suited for catching, killing and eating other creatures. Wolves prey primarily on large, hoofed ...

https://www.outsideonline.com/2066881/truth-about-wolf-surplus-killing-survival-not-sport

Apr 5, 2016 ... Why do wolves kill more animals than they can eat? ... Those herders live peacefully with the wolves who occasionally prey on their livestock, ...

https://www.yellowstonepark.com/news/wolves-hunt

Feb 28, 2019 ... Yellowstone wolves pick their prey depending on wolf pack size.

http://www.largecarnivores.fi/species/wolf/wolfs-diet-and-hunting-behaviour.html

It can prey on animals ranging from moles and lemmings to hares, birds, deer, reindeer and moose. Wolves primarily hunt cloven-hoofed animals, which in the ...

https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2009/11/do-wolves-kill-for-sport.html

Nov 5, 2009 ... A Los Angeles Times stor y about the hunt claims that wolves are known to kill for “pure pleasure.” Do wolves really attack their prey just for the ...

https://sciencing.com/do-wild-wolves-hunt-pack-8769011.html

Apr 24, 2017 ... If the selected prey flees, the pack will pursue it to make the kill. While wolves can hit speeds of over 35 miles per hour for short distances, they ...

https://www.earthtouchnews.com/natural-world/predator-vs-prey/endurance-battle-wolf-attempts-a-solo-moose-hunt-in-north-ontario

Oct 11, 2017 ... "In fact, single wolves occasionally kill not only moose but also ... or even a pack, several hours or days to finally [take] down the prey animal.

https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2016/03/160325-wolf-pack-kills-19-wolves-surplus-killing-wyoming/

Mar 25, 2016 ... Such surplus kills are unlikely to negatively effect populations of prey, says Jimenez, who adds that wolves normally prune herds by taking out ...