SPECIAL REPORT : Wild Dogs of Botswana
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The African Wild Dogs (Lycaon pictus) is an endangered species, on the Red List. It's difficult to know exactly, but researchers say it should only be 3000 to 4000 Wild Dogs left in Nature.
Here are some of the best shots of Christophe Courteau.
Wild Dogs Fighting against Hyaena
Wild Dogs Fighting on Hyena
Wild Dogs Fight against Hyena
Wild Dogs Fighting on Hyaena
African Wild Dogs Fighting against Spotted Hyena
Wild Dogs Fighting with Hyena
Wild Dogs Fighting against Hyena
Young African Wild Dogs
Pack of Wild Dogs on the move with the puppies following.
African Wild Dog Yawning
African Wild Dog
African Wild Dogs
Lycaons - African Wild Dogs
Pack of Wild Dogs
Wild Dogs observing a prey
Wild Dogs Footprints
Wild Dogs Footprint
Wild Dog Adult observing a prey
Wild Dogs at rest in a Meadow
Young Wild Dogs playing in a meadow
Young Wild Dogs after the Hunt, the Pack failled.
African Wild Dogs on the hunt
Wild Dog Rolling on its back
Wild Dogs, marking territory with urine.
African Wild Dog adult
Pack of African Wild Dogs near a Water Hole.
African Wild Dogs near a Water Hole
African Wild Dogs drinking at water hole.
African Wild Dogs playing near by a Water Hole
Alpha Female Wild Dog and 3 puppies milking.
African Wild Dogs mating.
African Wild Dog in the Kalahari
African Wild Dogs in the Kalahari
Wild Dogs Puppies at the den
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