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A Few random Wild Dog Images ............ Kwando, Botswana; Laikipia, Kenya; Mana Pools, Zimbabwe.  


Feel free to add your images to this thread ........... Even other episodes of Dynasties.

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Beautiful images,  hari! Love those young pups

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@madaboutwilddogs... Nice set of images Hari ;) 



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The dynasties episode in India featuring Tigers is based in Bandhavgarh featuring the Rajbera family -   


Here's a few random images from Ranthambore, Bandhavgarh and Kabini.

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Still haven´t seen Dynasties, really hope it will be broadcasted soon here. :unsure:


But I have seen its stars - at least the Wild Dogs featured in that episode. This was in Mana Pools 2015, and the Dogs played hard to get. We had to work hard for our sighting, went far off track and found them midday lying under a tree in a dry riverbed, in very stark light. I know these are the Dogs of Dynasties, we only found them because the BBC guys told us where to go - they had filmed them just one hour before. So meet the stars.




And some better Dog photos from Hwange, Oct 2015:






And from Mana Pools again, October 2017
















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A few Mana dogs (2005-2017).....


26270939679_04cbce842c_b.jpg2R4C8088 by Whyone, on Flickr


26594774159_310f7fc79f_h.jpg2R4C7436 by Whyone, on Flickr


15800577847_0ccdc84bfa_h.jpg2R4C0698 by Whyone, on Flickr


15800567247_17e8c608b2_h.jpg2R4C0682 by Whyone, on Flickr


15364045824_061c4037ad_h.jpg2R4C0679 by Whyone, on Flickr


15986302455_f6f0c16c84_h.jpg2R4C0684 by Whyone, on Flickr


15799055900_06e41f4066_h.jpg2R4C0730 by Whyone, on Flickr


15986331695_04e77afc9d_h.jpg2R4C0734 by Whyone, on Flickr


12124862424_9f2c3387d8_b.jpgIMG_1673 by Whyone, on Flickr


12124714793_85a84fc492_b.jpgIMG_1685 by Whyone, on Flickr


12124841784_17f6d29c39_b.jpgIMG_1634 by Whyone, on Flickr


9764264011_b5330f3463_b.jpgIMG_0953 by Whyone, on Flickr


8185684888_d3490edcf4_h.jpg2R4C7927 by Whyone, on Flickr


8185695230_6084dba04e_h.jpg2R4C7917 by Whyone, on Flickr


8185595415_83d9b518e8_h.jpg2R4C7932 by Whyone, on Flickr


8185582667_0b40d3370c_h.jpg2R4C7941 by Whyone, on Flickr


8185555467_ed47f84858_h.jpg2R4C8005 by Whyone, on Flickr

























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My favourite dog experience



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Yes I thing so @wilddog .... do you know the story behind their floppy ears?

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No, I never, found out.  The jury was out on ear mites/versus genetics.


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It was certainly an odd look...made them apprear more 'domestic' than 'wild' somehow. 


I'm reasonably sure that the alpha female had floppy ears...in which case you'd expect the gene to have prevailed?

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I did wonder when I saw that pack as one if the floppy eared dogs DID seem to lead the pack out to hunt.

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Some tigers




Maya's cubs



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P3040465 Sonam by Jo Dale, on Flickr


Sonam's cubs



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P3040352 Sonam's cub by Jo Dale, on Flickr



P3040569 Sonam's cub by Jo Dale, on Flickr


Wagdoh Male


P3040162 by Jo Dale, on Flickr




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Some more pictures of the actual stars of the show - all taken in Mana in 2015, and all lucky enough to be on our own while watching on foot.













This one shows one of the dogs with a baboon's head in it's mouth.  The dogs hunting baboons was discussed in the programme.


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