African wild dogs are high sociable and travel in packs. Like domestic dogs, they care for their young intimately, and allow them to feed on their kills first.
Because of human persecution and fragmented population, the population is direly affected. As of 2020, IUCN new count for adults in the wild, is estimated at 1409, while back in 2012, was 6600. They are also often haunted by lions and hyenas, who often emerge as victors when competing for food.
This African wild dog is a blue-green gradient with black and white patches.
2.75"L x 1.75" W x 1.75" D