Never Cry Wolf - Chapter 10: Of Mice And Wolves Summary & Analysis

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One thing that confounds Farley is how the wolves manage to maintain a food supply. With growing concern for their well-being, he even returns to the cabin and bakes five loaves of bread, leaving one beside the hunting path, but his gift is ignored. At about the same time, Farley begins to experience problems with a growing mouse population. They invade the cabin, and Farley`s supplies, even having their children in the pillow of his sleeping bag. Finally, Farley makes the connection one day as he watches while Angeline leaves Uncle Albert to deal with the pups. She begins to perform a sort of ballet during which she catches and eats no fewer than twenty three mice. It becomes increasingly evident to Farley that mice are their main diet source. In an effort to better understand the relationship between mice and wolves, Farley...

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