African Wild Dogs

The endangered African wild dog live in packs of 20 or more, and were once found across the African continent, including desert and mountain Habitats, but have disappeared from most of their historic ranges due to loss of habitat and threats from humans.

African wild dogs are formidable hunters, preying on antelopes, but will supplement diets with birds and smaller animals. Livestock damage does occur, but is rare.

These pups were just five months old when photographed in September, 2019.