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AartPapaya Silver Member Nikonian since 21st Oct 2011Tue 26-Mar-13 08:15 PM
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"Wild dogs from Africa"
Tue 26-Mar-13 08:17 PM by AartPapaya

Hectorspruit, ZA
          

I found the wild dogs from Pakku fascinating in the sense of there differences. In this case I shot against the light but luckily it was cloudy. I shot this in 2009 with a D200.

1/250 f8 ISO 400 70(70-300 Sigma)
1/320 F8 ISO 400 300(70-300 Sigma)





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Tallow Silver Member Nikonian since 07th Apr 2009Wed 27-Mar-13 03:32 AM
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nice captures. Are they ticks on the mouth?

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AartPapaya Silver Member Nikonian since 21st Oct 2011Wed 27-Mar-13 07:22 AM
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Hectorspruit, ZA
          

Thank you Dave
>Are they ticks on the mouth?
Yes they are ticks indeed. In rural areas it is a common problem with domestic dogs. For some reason it can not be too irritating as it should be very easy to scratch it of.

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niknac37 Silver Member Donor Ribbon awarded for his support to the Fundraising Campaign 2014 Nikonian since 03rd Dec 2007Wed 27-Mar-13 07:55 AM
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Mysore, IN
          

Nice captures Aart, though there is contrast in physical appendices, the nature & social behaviors of all wild dogs (including Dingos: the one we find in Australia) are same). Thanks for sharing.

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jjmirenzi Registered since 31st May 2012Wed 27-Mar-13 06:11 PM
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Nice colors, dogs must have a good dental hygenist.

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Lunastar Silver Member Nikonian since 06th Jan 2010Thu 28-Mar-13 02:53 AM
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Mankato, US
          

Aart, Those wild dogs look strangely friendly which I know isn't true as they are inherently viscous critters! Thanks for sharing!

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AartPapaya Silver Member Nikonian since 21st Oct 2011Thu 28-Mar-13 03:19 PM
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Hectorspruit, ZA
          

Hi Mark,
I think that although the are ruthless hunters they are not menacing. I once observed a fairly big pack of dogs on one of the roads in the Kruger. They were inquisitive and even sniffed on the vehicle but than to my astonishment a Kudu walked right passed them. Neither the Kudu nor the dogs blinked an eye. If you see the kind playfulness when they are relaxing they are not vicious by nature. Lions, hyena, leopard and even jackal will be much more inclined to attack with very little provocation.

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Watto Silver Member Nikonian since 01st Mar 2010Thu 28-Mar-13 11:02 PM
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G,day Aart, nice photos they look pretty sharp on my iPad . Pattern is amazing and he or she looks in good nic.

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AartPapaya Silver Member Nikonian since 21st Oct 2011Fri 29-Mar-13 07:36 AM
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Hectorspruit, ZA
          

Hi Glen, Thank you. Every hound has his own markings and because it is an endangered species, the markings are used to identify individual animals

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Very nice...Aart!

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