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- South Asia – South of the Himalaya (Oriental)
- available for any part of Southeast Asia, and there are no empirical data on trends in this region. Habitat.
- Smithsonian's National Zoological Park
- Determining Dhole Habitat Associations and. Distribution at KARNWS. Study 2 will be concentrated at Kao Ang Rue Nai Wildlife.
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- suggests, the dhole is mainly an inhabitant of hilly regions with undulating terrain.
- The Fading Call oF The Wild
- Elsewhere, much dhole habitat has been lost to agri- culture, human settlements, and infrastructure development. WhaT Can be done.
- INTRODUCTION 1.1. Introduction
- habitats not favoured by tiger and dhole and by feeding on different sized prey species.
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- Dhole Information
- eastern dhole The dhole normally lives in forest habitats, but can also eke out an existence in the open steppes of Kashmir and Siberia.
- Cuon alpinus (Dhole, Asiatic Wild Dog, Indian Wild Dog, Red Dog)
- In India, tropical dry and moist deciduous forest may represent optimal habitats, based on the regions thought to hold the largest dhole populations.
- Dhole - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The dhole (Cuon alpinus) is a species of canid native to Southeast Asia.
- ARKive - Dhole videos, photos and facts - Cuon alpinus
- Habitat – Dhole.
- Humans are destroying the dhole's habitat and its prey's habitat so there is not enough food for the dholes and they are dying.
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