The den site for the Sangiyok Pack is where most members sleep during the colder, winter
months. It's made of stone, protected by the earth from which is was dug. It is also where
pups are born and kept during there first weeks of life, and where they are safe to play under
the watchful eye of the pack once they are a bit older.
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The Sangiyok pack resides in the heart of the largest, forested area in this part of the Alaskan
wilderness. The trees are tall and menacing, though if familiar, can be perfect for sneaking
Green undergrowth is thick in this area along the forests' egde, and small prey can often be
found hiding here.
In the midst of the dense forest that the Sangiyok pack calls "home" is the Sulli Clearing. It is
a welcomed sight to anyone not used to the claustrophobic feel of the trees crushing in.
Sulli Clearing is a peaceful place of rest and relaxation for the members of the pack. Often
young pups are brought here to be taught how to catch small prey, as well as to observe the
occasional group of caribou that venture through on their way to Tuar Lake, located in the
Pack Hunting takes place here
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