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Animal Info – African Wild Dog
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An example of this can be seen in this video:
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Dog from North Side shelter becomes surrogate for African painted pups, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, November 4, 2009


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African Wild Dog Conservancy: Dedicated to conserving wild dogs through research and education
Wild Dog conservation in Zimbabwe
Namibia Nature Foundation Wild Dog Project: Conservation of African wild dogs in Namibia
African wild dogs: Wildlife summary from the African Wildlife Foundation
Perth Zoo
BBC – Pictures of African wild dog Puppies
Save the African wild dog