Wolves mainly hunt for hooved ungulates animals such as caribou and moose. They also eat rodents, reptiles, amphibians, insects, and fish. Wolves are generally carnivores, but in tough times, they may eat fruit. Wolves also may also have an order to how they eat. Alphas and Betas may eat first, as they are vital to reproduction and order in the pack. Then Subordinates eat their fill, and what is left is either left overs or for the Omega, if the pack has one.
They also hunt as a pack, sometimes hunting a single animal for days until it finally gives in. A lone wolf will hardly ever make a kill worth eating. Wolves single out a small, weak, or old animal from its natural herd and hunt it down.