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African Wild Dogs

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Bryson Luscombe

on 8 May 2014

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Transcript of African Wild Dogs

African Wild Dog Sources
Sources:
http://www.arkive.org/african-wild-dog/lycaon-pictus/
https://worldwildlife.org/species/african-wild-dog
http://www.africa-wildlife-detective.com/African-wild-dog.html
http://www.desertusa.com/animals/african-wild-dog.html
http://alleycatrescue.blogspot.com/2008/12/african-wild-dog.html

African Wild Dogs
Natural Habitat
The African Wild Dog typically roams the open plains and woodlands of sub-sahara Africa.
Feeding Habits
African Wild Dogs hunt in packs of 6 to 20. Packs hunt antelopes and will also tackle much larger prey. As human settlements get larger the dogs will also eat livestock.
Behavior
African Wild Dogs are very social animals and share their food and the weak or ill members of the pack. These dogs communicate by touch, actions, and sound.
Population
African Wild Dogs have a population of about 2,000 to 5,000.
Importance
African Wild Dogs are important to the ecosystem by being among the top carnivores. African Dogs play a role in shaping vegetation communities.
Physical Description
African Wild Dogs have long legs and four toes. This animal has spots of many different colors. Each animal has a different coat pattern. These animals have big round ears
Protection Efforts
It is hard to protect these animals because it leads to cashes with humans.
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