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Dholes or Asiatic Wild dogs are about the size of a border collie. They are highly social and cooperative animal much like their african cousins. Their pack contains more males than females with generally one breeding female .
They usually prefer forest habitats (dry deciduous, moist deciduous and rainforests) , but can also be seen in the open steppes of Kashmir and Siberia.
These images were taken over a period of time mainly during the months of November to February in the forests of Nagarhole and Bandipur Tiger Reserves in the Southern Indian State of Karnataka.
Spotted on May 16, 2012
Submitted on May 16, 2012