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Dhole
Characteristics
Scientific Name:
Cuon alpinus
Family Name:
Canidae
Head & Body Size:
28-44 lb. (13-20 kg)
Tail Size:
11-19 in. (28-48 cm)
Weight:
28-44 lb.
Color:
color can range from a deep cinnamon to a greyish brown and even yellowish-creamy colored, with white on the throat, legs and face. Their tail is usually tipped with black, and they usually have an area of darker hair on their backs. Their ears are filled with white hairs.
Life Span:
10-16 years
Diet:
spotted deer, sambar deer, wild sheep, small deer, rodents, and rabbits
 
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Dhole

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Dhole Description
  The dholes is an average size canine. They are set apart from other canines because of their unusually thick muzzle and one less molar tooth on each side of its lower jaw. Their tails are bushy and almost always black.  
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