Wild Dogs

by Marcel
(Benmore)

The gang

The gang

The gang
staring
romping
resting

We went for a drive along the dirt road that follows the Olifants river to where it joins with the Letaba river and this is where we saw this pack of wild dogs.

They were walking along the road towards us and they were running into the bush then back to the road and then back into the bush, all the while playing and romping and having a great time as you can see.

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Oct 30, 2015
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Sona...
by: Kevin

Sona - are you sure they are not tigers or bears seeing that you are the expert here?!

Oct 30, 2015
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by: Sona

The images shared here on the page are not of wild dogs, these are nothing but hyenas. They are not members of the dog family or cat family but they have their own family. Any way thank you for sharing these pictures.

Sep 19, 2010
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Exciting stuff
by: Rika

I love your pic's, thank you for sharing them. It is always exciting to see wild dogs.

Sep 16, 2010
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Very cool!
by: Brent

I've been visiting the Kruger for years and am yet to see one dog let alone a whole pack!

Sep 16, 2010
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Rare sighting!
by: Noel

Wild dogs are always a pleasure to watch and you got some nice pics, well done!

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