Dholes (canine)

Also known as the Asian wild dog, the dhole (Cuon alpinus) is a large carnivore found in the tropical, temperate and montane forests of South and Southeast Asia, usually living in extended family units of up to 25 individuals. The dhole is characterized by a tawny or red coat, a darker, bushy tail, round ears and short legs. This species of wild dog is widespread, but the population is declining in recent years and its habitat is shrinking. Learn more about the Dhole in this category.

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Dholes (canine)

Why dhole endangered?

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.

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Is the Dhole endangered?

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Cheetahs
Lions
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What types of animals do cheetahs eat?

A cheetahs diet mainly consists of gazzels and impalas. == ==

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Dholes (canine)

What is a dhole?

Asiatic Dholes are a type of wild dog. Asiatic Dholes are large and vicious in appearance. The Asiatic Dholes are red furred and known to hunt Asian Buffalo. They range from Siberia to India.

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Science
Alaska
Biomes
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What biome does Alaska belongs in?

fj

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Physics
Body Temperature
Integumentary System (skin)
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How To

How to keep body temperature stable?

Be more specific, is it high or low? If its not normal your body is trying to tell you something, so don't try solve the temp problem, try to find out what is wrong with your body or what your body is trying to communicate to you.

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How many Dhole babies are born at once?

A Dhole can have the same amount of babies at at time as dogs, that means anywhere from 4 to 9

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What are some fact about the Dhole?

  • The Dhole is also known as the Asian Wild Dog
  • The Dhole lives in groups made up of up to 25 individuals
  • This wild canine has a tawny to dark red coat
  • Their legs are short in comparison to their body
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World War 2
Adolf Hitler
Dholes (canine)

What happened to the battlefields immediately after World War 2 were they just left?

WWII in Europe, for the most part, was a roaming affair of many free wheeling engagements across the countryside. There were few fixed battles as was often seen in the First World War.

Because of this, the land was not a scarred, as it was at Verdun and Ypres. This allowed the owners of the land, farmers, generally, to reclaim the land for its' intended use. Remember that the entire economy of the area was in ruin, and they had to work to eat. This is true even around the D-Day landing beaches.

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Why are Dhole endangered?

The Dhole has become endangered for many reasons. Loss of habitat and prey base, disease such as rabies ,inter specific competition for prey with Tigers and Leopards.

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Downloader Viruses
Jobs
Tundra
Dholes (canine)

Has computer reduced the amount of manual labor being done?

yes, cosider automobiles and asembly lines wich both require small computers ot run

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Cold and Flu
Endangered, Vulnerable, and Threatened Species
African Wild Dogs
Dholes (canine)

Is there something being done to protect us from the bird flu?

Bird flu in humans can be treated with some of the anti-viral medicines available today. There is also a vaccine that has been made for the US Government, and that supply is being stockpiled to be readily available if there ever is a pandemic of this type of flu. Currently it is not available on the commercial market, but with the incidence of human infection so low, and especially in the US, the decision has been made to keep the supply in reserve for now for use in a major outbreak.

It is an extremely virulent influenza virus that can infect birds, occasionally pigs, rarely infections in other animals, and very rarely humans. Fortunately, it does not spread very easily, and only extremely rare human to human transmissions have been known to occur. No instance of the virus spreading beyond a first generation of close human contacts has been reported. It does, however, have a very high mortality rate in animals and in humans (60% death rate in humans).

To protect yourself and others, see the related questions below.

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Hunting and Shooting
Caribou
Dholes (canine)

Why do hunters enjoy hunting?

If you have to ask this question then you shouldn't be asking it. Hunters or Sportsmen are brought up with the tradition of the sport. It is almost natural for sporting families to stay sporting famlies. There are alot of reasons for the enjoyment of hunting. Many individuals cannot relate with these reasons but the ones that can will never ask a question like this one. You can only truly get the answer you are looking for when you experience a hunt with a real sportsmen!!

because they don't care about animals they care about them self. I'm a animal lover and I'm sticking up for these poorly animals being killed by stupid fat lowlife people who just walk around all day looking for deers and foxes and shooting them.some people in this world need to get a life man!!!!!!!!!!!

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Dholes (canine)

What are the adaptations of the dhole?

none

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How many dholes are left?

Sadly, there is only 2500 mature individuals that still remain in the wild.

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Dholes (canine)

How many dholes are left in the wild?

It is estimated that only 2500 still live in the wild today. For more details see the sites listed below.

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Ancient History
Endangered, Vulnerable, and Threatened Species
Tundra
Dholes (canine)

What is being done to protect and preserve prehistoric cave paintings?

Depends on the area or country but they usually become parks or property of local aboriginals or conservationalists/naturalists/historians etc.

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Are dhole endangered?

Yes

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Dholes (canine)

What are facts about the Dhole?

It's about the size of a border collie, looks like a wolf, and is also known as the Asiatic Wild Dog.

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Jokes and Riddles
Orangutans
Malayalam
Dholes (canine)

It was done before it was done It was done while it was being done And after it was done it was never done at all?

the color purple but not the movie

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Why Sardinian Dhole is extinct?

hall ich liebe euch

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How many dhole are left on earth?

2500

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Do dholes live in the rainforest?

Yes, some dholes do inhabit the rainforests of southeast Asia.

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What do dholes hunt?

Dholes typically hunt alone and so eat smaller mammals in their habitat, such as rabbits or deer. When they do work in small groups they are able to hunt larger prey, as large as water buffalo.

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Dholes (canine)

What do dholes do?

Asiatic Dholes is a type of wild dog, large and vicious in appearance. They are red furred and range from Siberia to India but prefer forest habitats. They are very social, living in groups of about 10 animals, sometimes up to 40. Dholes hunt in packs and eat meat, and are known to hunt Asian Buffalo. Otherwise, they sleep or breed. Dholes are on the endangered species list due to being misunderstood and killed by humans.

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