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Background information and species management guidelines for Namibia's rare and valuable wildlife - African Wild Dog Lycaon pictus. African Wild Dog Project of the Namibia Nature Foundation


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Background information and species management guidelines for Namibia's rare and valuable wildlife - African Wild Dog Lycaon pictus.

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This booklet provides an overview of the African Wild Dog in Namibia. It is an additional booklet to an original series of five booklets reviewing the conservation status and management guidelines of three large mammals and two groups of ungulates in Namibia, and the first to cover one of our five large carnivore species. The other booklets are on savanna elephant, hippopotamus, buffalo, three large antelopes (roan, sable and tsessebe); and four water-associated grazing antelope (southern reedbuck, common waterbuck, red lechwe and puku).

Year: 2012

Type: Book, Book Section, Booklet

Origin: Namibia Nature Foundation

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