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Wild dogs using a road in Kruger National Park to hunt impala...they didn't catch anything, but it was so impressive to watch!
Great series! Fascinating animal!
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What an honor, thanks everybody for your kind words!
Congrats on SotD! Wonderful pictures. :)
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I studied for a semester in Kruger, and it was definitely a luxury. This was the only time I saw wild dogs, though.
As per my wildlife knowledge, such Wild Dogs are best hunters. They target and hunt anyone very trickily...!!
I don't feel so bad now if it took you 2 months to spot them. I can understand your excitement.
This was near Skukuza, in Kruger National Park.
Thanks so much! They're definitely elusive. It took me nearly two months in Kruger to find wild dogs...I was in a bit of a daze for the rest of the day, I was so excited. A very lucky spotting. Keep trying and better luck next time!
Where is its locality?
Same here and no luck! Nice shots!
WOW! So lucky to see these! I've tried hard to see these over 3 separate trips to Africa but with no luck. Very nice!
Spotted on Mar 1, 2009 Submitted on Aug 26, 2011
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