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I am about to begin playing a Pathfinder game in which I am playing an unchained monk. My character has the natural lycanthrope template applied and his animal form is that of a dire wolf.

Can I still use my flurry of blows while in animal form?

Per the RAW for the lycanthropy template:

Special Attacks: A lycanthrope retains all the special attacks, qualities, and abilities of the base creature. In hybrid or animal form it gains the special attacks, qualities, and abilities of the base animal.

I know I can use my flurry of blows in hybrid form. If I'm not mistaken though, I should be able to use the flurry of blows in dire wolf form, right?

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Yes

Every creature has an unarmed strike, and you retain your abilities in animal form. You can make a flurry of blows (but do note that your bite attack is not usable with a flurry unless you take Feral Combat Training).

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