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Wampas are typically solitary hunters, and prefer to ambush their prey, utilizing their natural camouflage to blend seamlessly into the snowy environment, and tracking their quarry with a keen sense of smell. A rapid pounce and a single blow from their clawed forearms is usually sufficient to disable even the largest of prey before the Wampa is ever spotted, after which the unconscious victim is lugged back to the predator's den to be stored in the icy cavern and consumed at leisure.
Despite their preference for solitude, Wampas are also capable of working together quite well, sometimes forming small packs to hunt or banding together with others nearby to destroy anything they deem a threat. In this capacity, many have shown a level of rudimentary intelligence unexpected in such a lethal creature, with some witnesses reporting Wampas scouting settlements before attacking in force.