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Question:
Why do wolves howl?
Answer:
Howling is a popular method of communication among wolves. It helps pack members communicate with each other, even when moving through thick forests. Howling can be used to gather pack members at A specific location. It can also help A wolf lay claim to its territory and warn off rivals.
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