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The wraith purposefully leave some of the planets population alive so they can repopulate in time for the next culling.
 
The wraith purposefully leave some of the planets population alive so they can repopulate in time for the next culling.
   
If a planets technology becomes advanced enough to potentially threaten the wraith’s dominance over the galaxy then that planet will immediately be culled down to as few remaining as can escape the wraith, then the planet will be bombarded with [[Wraith energy weapon]]s from orbit, destroying all traces of the civilization and ensuring none of them survive. Some worlds have hidden their advancements from the wraith in order to prevent this, most notably the Genii.
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If a planets technology becomes advanced enough to potentially threaten the wraith’s dominance over the galaxy then that planet will immediately be culled down to as few remaining as can escape the wraith, then the planet will be bombarded with [[Wraith energy weapon]]s from orbit, destroying all traces of the civilization and ensuring none of them survive. Some worlds have hidden their advancements from the Wraith in order to prevent this, most notably the Genii.
   
 
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Culling was a term used in the Pegasus Galaxy for when the Wraith travel to a planet and take great numbers of the inhabitants to feed upon.

Their strategy in a culling includes the arrival of Wraith Hive Ships over the planets. The Wraith would later send darts to the surface and "scoop" up anybody they can find until only a handful of people are left. To prevent the inhabitants from escaping the planet by Stargate, the Wraith would dial another Stargate to the planet, to prevent them escaping. John Sheppard and Teyla Emmagan witnessed a culling from a cloaked Jumper, where there was nothing they could do except watch. (SGA: "Letters from Pegasus")

The wraith purposefully leave some of the planets population alive so they can repopulate in time for the next culling.

If a planets technology becomes advanced enough to potentially threaten the wraith’s dominance over the galaxy then that planet will immediately be culled down to as few remaining as can escape the wraith, then the planet will be bombarded with Wraith energy weapons from orbit, destroying all traces of the civilization and ensuring none of them survive. Some worlds have hidden their advancements from the Wraith in order to prevent this, most notably the Genii.

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