Hyena Social Hierarchy, the U.S. Civil War, and the Danger of Ram Rods During Battle Reenactments

Hyenas have a fairly complicated social structure in that they make kills as a team, consume their prey, and then regurgitate that food when back at their base camp, not only for the pups who are waiting for them but also for the hyena who stays back to act as a baby sitter for the young. They truly understand the all for one and one for all mentality that only a few primates appear to grasp. The American Civil War occurred between 11 southern states and 25 northern states and there is new evide...

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