African wild dogs hunt antelope and wildebeests in packs and often have to defend their kills from hyenas and lions.
Dingo Pup Foraging for Food Photo
They are usually born five to a litter, and the pups will stay with their parents until they are ready to hunt on their own, at around six to eight months of age.
Adult African Wild Dog Greets Pup
Nose to nose, a curious youngster approaches an adult African wild dog.
African Wild Dog Photo
Known as African wild, painted, or Cape hunting dogs, these endangered canines closely resemble wolves in their pack-oriented social structure.
African Wild Dogs Gallery Pics
A group of young African wild dogs play with an adult. Pups stay with the family, sometimes cared for by older or injured dogs while other adults hunt.
Wild Dog Gallery Pics
Dingoes, though generally associated with Australia, likely originated from Southeast Asia and were introduced to Australia about 3,000 years ago.
Asiatic Wild Dog Picture
A dhole, or Asiatic wild dog, prowls India's Bandipur National Park.