African Hunting Dogs
African Hunting Dogs are endangered because of humans.
African Hunting Dogs are the size of medium domestic dogs.They have mottled brown,black and beige fur with dark circles around their eyes.They have rounded ears and weighs from sseventeen to thirty-six kilograms.They are from sixty to seventy-five centimetres high.
African Hunting Dogs often live in savannahs,grasslands and open woodlands in South African Sahara.
African Hunting Dogs don't have a shelter but when they have pups they use a hole, tall grass or bushes.
African Hunting Dogs are apex predators.They eat antelope,zebra,wildebeest,springbok, gazelle and impala.There is a large range of food for the African Hunting Dog.
African Hunting Dogs are a pup until they are twelve months old. Then they are a yearling until twenty-four months.Then they are finally an adult.They can live up to two years or more.
This is an African savannah food web.The African Hunting Dog is on the left.
The African Hunting Dogs Biome is the Savannah Grassland.
Did you know African Hunting Dogs have four toes not five?And that there used to be one hundred in one pack but now there are only ten!
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