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No two wolves are the same. Some of the variations between individuals such as variation in mass and age have major implications on their hunting abilities. The predatory success of a wolf pack has been found to depend on its composition of individuals along these dimensions. Building from a system for simulating wolf hunting behavior in earlier work , this paper explores the effects of heterogeneity among individuals in a team and the utility of these variations for the team as a whole. Thedoi:10.1109/robio.2011.6181362 dblp:conf/robio/MaddenA11 fatcat:pwtikpkcqbeetgid5jcn4p5lgu