darkgravityDid you know that the Dholes are famous for their communication skills? They produce a variety of sounds like growls, whistles, screams and clucks to communicate each other.
In 2014, the Indian government sanctioned its first dhole conservation breeding centre at the Indira Gandhi Zoological Park (IGZP) in Visakhapatnam. The dhole has been protected in Russia since 1974, though it is vulnerable to poison left out for wolves. In China, the animal is listed as a category II protected species under the Chinese wildlife protection act of 1988. In Cambodia, the dhole is protected from all hunting, while conservation laws in Vietnam limit extraction and utilization.
In 2016, the Korean company Sooam Biotech was reported to be attempting to clone the dhole using dogs as surrogate mothers to help conserve the species.
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- sansvisualartOh wow. 👏👏👏👏
- karenscribblesidol kuya!😱💓😍 next naman Philippine eagle!😊
- quilling_in_harmonyBeautifully done👍💖💞💕...love the information on each endangered animal you create...very informative
- charskieWoah look at this @lapinou_lapin @antonvil @boogsman
- krissywhiskiamazing 😍
- teolddesignHey great to follow you! =)
- underwood__photographySuch a great photo! 😍
- yu.morinogreat work! so beautiful!
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