Here we have the satellite-eared marble bread, commonly know as the African wild dogigloo9201 made a really cool tribute journal about African wild dogs with this picture, go check it out!
African Wild Dogs
African Wild Dogs, also known as the Cape Hunting Dig or Painted Wolf, are members of the canid family. They differ from most canids in that they lack a fifth digit, or dew claw, on their front paws. They also do not experience a copulatory tie when mating. They are natve to Africa.
African Wild Dogs are social animals, with a pack being led by an alpha male and female. Unlike most animals, females will often disperse when they become sexually mature while the males typically stay within their natal pack. Litters can range from 14-19 pups, and the whole pack helps rear the pups. African Wild Dogs are cooperative hunters, and they have complex strategies for bringing down prey. They have a higher success rate than other African predators such as lions, cheetahs, leopards, and hyenas.
African Wild Dogs are also endangered. Poaching and habitat loss have crippled the population. Now only two isolated populations remain. These two groups are so far away that they have each