In the Jungle Book there is a law that all animals live by. It is called the Law of the Jungle.
The law of the jungle says that no animal is allowed to kill man. The only exception to this rule was when the animal was teaching its cubs how to fight. In this case they can fight a man and kill it.
Another rule, this time enforced by the wolves, was that if any animal killed a wolf before it became part of the pack the killer would be hunted down then killed.
Yet another law enforced by the wolves is the rule that all wolves who had cubs had to bring them before the high counsel.
Another law is that if a dispute rises because of a cub's origin then two other animals must speak for the cub.