Aardwolves are solitary foragers, except when accompanying their young cubs.

Even within mated pairs, individual aardwolves forage away from one another.

The un-weaned young are the only individuals that will be tolerated to accompany an adult when foraging, but even 4-month-old cubs spend most of the night foraging alone.

Image | © Greg Hume, Some Rights Reserved (CC BY-SA 3.0)
Sources | (Bothma & Nel, 1980; Koehler & Richardson, 1990; Kruuk & Sands, 1972; Richardson, 1985; Richardson 1987c; Richardson & Coetzee, 1988)

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