Lord of the Flies

How does the hunters behave in response to the success of the hunt ,and what is the significance of this behavior ?

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From the forest, Jack and the hunters return covered in paint and humming a bizarre war chant. Ralph sees that the hunt has finally been successful: they are carrying a dead pig on a stick. The boys now have validated Jack's obsession with hunting. They are quickly slipping into savagery.