What Is a Group of Wolves Called?

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A group of wolves is referred to as a pack or route. Wolves are carnivorous mammals related to the jackal and the domestic dog, characterised by their bushy tails, powerful teeth, and round pupils. Certain traits of the skull differentiate them from the domestic dogs.
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A group of Wolves is called a pack.
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