How does an African wild dog protect itself?

Answer African wild dogs are an endangered species living in sub-Saharan Africa. These social creatures protect themselves with the safety of a pack.FeaturesAfrican wild dogs, also known as Cape hunting d... Read More »

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Why should we protect the African wild dog?

Once spread throughout 39 African countries, the African wild dog (or painted dog) numbered a half-million. Because of human encroachment, these numbers are down to 3,000. Efforts are being made to... Read More »

How does a flamingo protect itself?

Flamingos are large, brightly colored wading birds with long legs and a large, curved bill. Native to Africa, Asia, the Americas and Europe, flamingos make their home in shallow lakes and lagoons. ... Read More »

How does a red eyed tree frog protect itself?

The red-eyed tree frog, or Agalychnis callidryas, is native to the rain forests of Central and South America. Measuring about 3 inches in length, this small amphibian relies on its brightly colored... Read More »

Where does the African wild dog live?

The African wild dog lives in the nations south of Africa's Sahara Desert, although its range is just a fraction of what it once was. The African wild dog inhabits the open woodlands, savannas and ... Read More »