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He added that Mkomazi is prepared to be the breeding facility for African Black Rhino and African Wild dog in the country.
A genetic and morphological analysis of the African wild dog (Lycaon pictus).
As a young boy I saw a documentary about a group of African wild dogs and it really got under my skin.
Communal hunting and pack size in African wild dogs, Lycaon pictus.
When Peter went home, he looked through his books and discovered that this dog was known as the African Wild Dog, or the Cape Hunting Dog.
177,500 to support scholarships and educational programs focused on protecting the African wild dog, the elephant and the snow leopard (conducted by Wildlife Conservation Network).
For more than 10 years, Chester Zoo has been a vital part of the George Adamson Wildlife Preservation Trust African Wild Dog Programme in Tanzania, working to return healthy and genetically diverse populations of painted dogs back to the wild.
SIX African wild dog pups successfully bred at Al Ain Wildlife Park & Resort (AWPR) are now ready to leave the den where they have been cared for by their mother since their birth in November 2010.
The African wild dog (Lycaon pictus) is a highly endangered carnivore found in Africa south of the Sahara.
Traveling around the world, the authors look at such cliffhangers as the African wild dog, the Barton Springs salamander and the Mediterranean monk seal.
THE birth of eight rare African wild dog pups has been caught on 'den cams' at Chester Zoo.
On the banned list are outfits with patterns resembling zebra, giraffe, leopard, cheetah, tiger, spotted hyena, striped hyena and African wild dog.
Summary: DUBAI -- The Al Ain Wildlife Park and Resort (AWPR) is set to showcase a precious litter of six African wild dog puppies to the public that were born in November 2010 as a part of the sanctuary's Desert Carnivore Conservation and Breeding Programme.
The 50th anniversary of WWF is also marked with pictures of animals including an African wild dog.
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