Wild dog looking up
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10 Things You Didn't Know About African Wild Dogs
African wild dogs are one of Africa's most endangered species with less than 5,000 left. Here are 10 things you didn't know about African wild dogs.
A Sheep in Wolves Clothing… | Focusing on Wildlife
Take some time to learn about the amazing social structure of the Lycaon pictus or "painted wolf", the scientific name of the African Wild Dog. While it
African Wild Dog Facts - Animal Facts Encyclopedia
African Wild Dog Facts,photos and videos Often confused with hyenas and having a bit of a reputation, African wild dogs regularly appear on peoples least liked animals list, we are unashamedly partial
Botswana Okavango Delta _D7C15736
No laughing hyena, it's actually a yawning hyena, but effective for another dramatic shot from the Moremi Game Reserve all the same. The light disappears fast in the African evening. We saw this well sheltered one eared hyena at around 6pm. I was a bit annoyed having to reach to ISO 6400 even at f5.6 over 1/100th, and that at 550mm. I had no time to remove the 1.4x multiplier and so there's noise, a bit of motion blurr and what not. On the other hand without this 200-400mm lens I never would…
Where to Watch Birds and Other Wildlife in the World/Destinations/Where to Watch Birds and Other Wildlife in Botswana
Birding Botswana. The best destinations, hotspots, places or sites for birds and wildlife in Botswana.
African Wild Dog puppies playing wild African Wild Dogs (Lycaon Pictus) are highly endangered. Only about 4500 are living in the wild. Although they are not as cute as Polar Bears or Cheetah, not as human as Gorilla or Chimpanzee, they deserve our protection. They are excellent hunters, much more successfull than any of the big cats. They chase their prey for miles and can reach a speed up to 25kmh. Despite that, they do have a great sense of family. The offspring gets food first. We often…