The dhole, or red dog, is not extinct, but threatened in much of its range.
animals that are going extinct are the platypus and also the Dhole. not to forget the Siberian tiger
Its NOT extinct but there is only little over 2,000 left in the wild :-( due to lack of attention
The Dhole is a wild canine.
Scientific name of Dhole is CUON ALPINUS
The scientific name of a Dhole is Cuon alpinus.
The World Wildlife Foundation focuses on protecting vital habitat which in turn will support prey species for predators such as Dhole. It works with local communities and governments to establish and manage protected areas and wildlife sanctuaries, work to protect priority species such as elephants, rhinos, tigers and leopards has a positive knock-on effect on other endangered species such as Dhole.
The dhole, or red dog, does not hibernate. It is active year round.
A tiger is several times bigger, heavier and stronger than a dhole.
Dhole is a fox looking animal. It is orange and is about the size of a border collie.
If it is a big enough dhole then yes. To be honest with you its the ahole I'm worried about.
The dhole is an Asian dog that belongs to the temperate deciduous forest biome.
A dhole is red with white underparts and black legs and tail, or it can be brown with black legs and tail.
Yes, the Dhole lives in family units made up of up to 25 individuals.
Hey whats up: Is anything being done to protect the DHOLE from being Endangered?
Most of the Indian wild dogs are known as Dhole. They are also called Asiatic Dhole.
it can survive by joining other groups of dhole in there area to make a giant group when food is hard to get.
A Dhole can have the same amount of babies at at time as dogs, that means anywhere from 4 to 9
Two of the major threats to the dhole are habitat destruction (and the associated prey) and human persecution. Furthermore, once dhole populations become fragmented, other factors such as disease and inbreeding may have more permanent effects.
The Dhole is also known as the Asian Wild DogThe Dhole lives in groups made up of up to 25 individualsThis wild canine has a tawny to dark red coatTheir legs are short in comparison to their body
check on google somewhere u can find it just type in where is the dhole in the main food wed or chain
Yes, dholes are carnivorous.
Dhole is the term used to refer to wild dogs of India. A dhole is roughly the size of a domesticated dog and is much smaller and weaker than an adult tiger. One on one a tiger will easily kill the dhole with just one swipe of its paw. However, dholes live in packs and can use the strength in numbers to fend off a tiger.
10 to 12 years of age.