No remotely comparable information on density is, available for any part of Southeast Asia, and there are no. During hunts, some, dholes may lie in ambush while others drive prey towards, them. Plus petit que C. a. alpinus, avec un crâne plus large et une fourrure d'hiver de couleur plus claire. Located 85 km away from Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan, in the spurs of Chatkal Range on the height of 1,600 metres (5,249 ft), in the Western Tien Shan mountains, surrounding Tashkent from the East. [46] Smaller than C. a. alpinus, with wider skull and lighter-coloured winter fur. Any omissions are purely unintentional. The dhole Cuon alpinus is a globally Endangered social carnivore distributed widely from Central Asia, India, to South-East Asia (Kamler et al. However, dholes hunt mainly vertebrate prey, with a preference for medium to large ungulates. Claudio Sillero-Zubiri, Michael Hoffmann. Unlike the endangered dhole. The dhole is found in a wide variety of vegetation types, including: primary, secondary and degraded forms of, tropical dry and moist deciduous forest; evergreen and, semi-evergreen forests; dry thorn forests; grassland–scrub–. Ahmednagar, Maharashtra, India, 2002. ), contained significantly more males than, . In some regions, dhole predation on wild boar, tracts of the Chittagong and Sylhet Districts (Johnsingh. Thom and Russei Thom areas of Preah Vihear Province; Virachey NP in Ratanakiri Province; the Koh Nhek, area of Mondulkiri Province; Lomphat WS in Ratanakiri. Based on these data, I estimated the probability of extinction for the Tian Shan and Ussuri subspecies of dholes (C. alpinus hesperius and C. alpinus alpinus, respectively) using an … Dholes were also, occasionally observed to eat carrion (elephant (, Sanctuary (A. Venkataraman and R. Arumugam unpubl. Dhole Database 2003). Many, have questioned Simpson’s classification arguing that, similarities in dentition are due to convergent evolution. comm.). There do not appear to be any specific measures, for dhole conservation in Indochina, although the, declaration of relatively large protected area networks in, Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam will, when these areas, become functional realities on the ground, form a suitable, conservation system for the species in at least Cambodia, There are at least 110 dholes in captivity, and the sex ratio, is approximately even. chaîne de montagnes d'Asie centrale. camera-trap surveys; J.B. Abdul pers. area is unclear. Additional, research on threats emerges as an immediate area requiring, additional research, particularly regarding the role of, disease in dhole population dynamics, the significance of, road kills and the ability of dhole to persist on small prey, items (e.g., lagomorphs, rats and mice) in areas where, populations of large (or indeed of all) ungulates have been. The dholes from southern Asia has darker coarse and leaner fur which is mostly found in the Sumatran dhole, with the red underfur nearly visible. There is a recent report of a dhole that was captured in Jiangxi district, south China (C. Bellamy pers. in the mid- to late-1990s (Hedges and Tyson 1996). Report on reconnaissance visits to assess security conditions in potential Kouprey survey sites in e... Bos sauveli. Beetles, rodents, and birds have all been recorded. radio-tracked an adult male within a breeding, pack (12 adults; 12 pups) in Kanha, India, and during the, three month tracking period, when adults were tending, pups at den sites, the pack used a range of 55km, recent study in Thailand, three adult male dholes were, captured, radio-collared, and tracked for one to ten months, in Phu Khieo Wildlife Sanctuary, Thailand, between March, 2000 and June 2002. Table 8.1.1. Xinjiang, China, 1875 WDL2061.png 1,430 × 1,024; 2.09 MB comm.). It currently lives in the Tian Shan and the Altai Mountains. | Dholes are rare carnivorous mammals that are included on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species and … Il a un pelage rouge vif et un crâne étroit. Females have three pairs of. In India, British colonial hunters also shot and poisoned dholes, because they saw them as a threat to the wild ungulate, populations. Dholes are known to. It is usually only the dominant female, In India, many roads cut through dhole habitat, Dholes can live to at least 16 years in captivity, ) are ecologically or fully extinct across, ) are very rare. The Ussuri dhole (Cuon alpinus alpinus), also known as the Indian wild dog, Eastern Asiatic dhole or Chinese dhole is a subspecies of dhole native to East Asia.It is widespread in the Indian subcontinent and the Indochinese Peninsula.The Ussuri dhole is also native to China, however it is probably extinct in most of its ranges in China, as well as in Mongolia and the Russian Far East. Dholes reach adult size by about 15 months. The dhole (/ d oʊ l /; Cuon alpinus) is a canid native to Central, South, East Asia, and Southeast Asia.Other English names for the species include Asian wild dog, Asiatic wild dog, Indian wild dog, whistling dog, red dog, and mountain wolf. Tien Shan Mountains. Flora and Fauna of Tien Shan Program Gallery Map Info. In the north and north-, South Asia – South of the Himalaya (Oriental). This is an adaptation to communal breeding, providing food for the pups, the mother, and other adult, Dholes usually live in packs of 5–10 individuals, but groups, of as many as 18 (Alas Purwo, Java, Indonesia; Hedges and, Tyson 1996), 24 (Kanha, India; L. Durbin unpubl. The dhole is a highly social animal, living in large clans without rigid dominance hierarchies and containing multiple breeding females. In the Tien Shan they are characterized by ephemeral vegetation growths that die out at the beginning of summer; xerophytic (drought-tolerant) grasses, wormwood, and species of the desert shrub genus Ephedra are generally distributed. Today, human persecution still occurs, but, levels vary regionally depending on the enforcement of. 19th century, dhole pelts were valuable in Ussuryisk Krai. Tian Shan badger Meles leucurus tianschanensis: Hoyningen-Huene, 1910: A moderately sized subspecies, with a somewhat darker pelt than M. l. arenarius and a less developed yellow sheen. A few still live in the Gansu Province from northwestern China. emphasis on dominance hierarchy, communication. In India, tropical dry and moist deciduous forests are, Important factors that may influence habitat selection, include the availability of medium to large ungulate prey. They eat quickly (e.g., up to 1kg per dog in. We first propose an ambitious yet practical vision of what a fully recovered species looks like. Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam, as well as within protected, areas, ungulates occur at levels well below natural. Predasi ternak oleh dhole telah menjadi masalah di Bhutan sejak akhir 1990-an, karena hewan peliharaan sering dibiarkan di luar untuk merumput di hutan, terkadang selama berminggu-minggu. In parts of Russia, the main prey species were reported to, National Park in East Java, Indonesia, banteng (. Location and Values: The Western Tien-Shan world heritage site lies in central Asia, at the western end of the magnificent Tian Shan mountain range, one of the seven largest mountain ranges in the world. Guangfan Zheng, Miaomiao Tian, Youwei Xu, Xiaohong Chen, Xingwei Li. The dhole was once widespread from Northeast to southern Central Asia in Transoxiana. ), and have been seen feeding on a red muntjac carcass. ), South Korea (? The winter, coat can be quite luxuriant. L. Durbin, B.B. Adult Indian fox, sex unknown. east, the fur is longer, brownish-red or yellowish-brown. The significance of, disease is unclear in Indochina, but diseases are a significant. Wildlife Reserve (CSG Dhole Database 2003). Indochina, although it is unclear how often. There is also a report of a, dhole trapped near Poyang Lake Nature Reserve in, Jiangxi province, South China, and currently being held. area is unclear. The eastern part of the ranges became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2013. All rights reserved. Persecution by cattle graziers through poisoning, shooting. M Mountain ranges of the Tian Shan‎ (18 P) Mountains of the Tian Shan‎ (4 C) Pages in category "Tian Shan" The following 42 pages are in this category, out of 42 total. Cardamoms (Prek Tatai area) in Koh Kong Province. comm.) Yet, development of non-invasive hormone monitoring has advanced the understanding of reproductive cycle in wild canids. To date, there is no information on reproductive endocrinology of dholes (Cuon alpinus). However, the effect of intra-guild. The aim of this study was to assess the food habits of dhole co-existing with large predators, tiger and leopard in the tropical forests of SVNP. 2014). polyoestrus with a cycle of 4–6 weeks (M. Boeer pers. . Comme le dhole Tian Shan, le dhole Ussuri a un manteau d'hiver laineux, un sous-poil blanc et une crinière plus grosse pendant la saison froide.D'autre part, le manteau d'été est plus grossier et plus mince. A general trend of increase in pelage length has been noted among different putative subspecies, ... Its ears were triangular rounded at the tip. Johnsingh, (1979) has observed lone females breeding outside the, group, with limited or no success in rearing their litters. Tien Shan Mountains: lt;p|>||||| | |This article is about the mountain. ©2003 Canid Specialist Group & Global Mammal Assessment, trapping at 11 of 15 survey areas scattered across the, country, only four of which were protected. Grassman (Texas A and M University, USA), carried out a ten-month radio-telemetry study of a pack-. Kyrgyzstan 21 days exploration of National parks and biospheres. Much less is known about the other canid species and their ecological roles.Here we describe general food web theory and the potential application of network theory to it; summarise the possible roles of predators in food webs; document the occurrence, diet and presumed functions that canids play in food webs throughout the world; give case studies of four threatened canid species of top, middle and basal trophic positions and six anthropogenically affected species; and identify knowledge limitations and propose research frameworks necessary to establish the roles of canids in food webs.Canids can be top-down drivers of systems or responsive to the availability of resources including suitable prey. Johnsingh (Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, UK and, Wildlife Institute of India) undertook an ecological study, of dholes in Kanha Tiger Reserve, central India, between, May 1998 and March 2000. This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total. ... from the Tian Shan Mountains, to be morphologically distinct from other subspecies (Ivanoff In East Java, dholes are thought to mate mainly. In captivity, newborn pups can weigh 200–350g, although by the age of 10 days their body weight can, double, and they have a total body length of about 340mm, (Sosnovskii 1967). This list may not reflect recent changes . Body measurements for the dhole. This is probably due to, behavioural, as well as physiological, constraints. The nose and lips are, black, and the eyes have dark tear marks. In, the south and south-west of the dhole’s range, the fur is, shorter and rusty-red coloured. Yai, Thailand, prey occurrence in scats comprised: sambar, 63%; red muntjac, 18%; East Asian porcupine (, In Kanha National Park, India, dholes have been seen, to return to scavenge on prey remains several days after the, prey was killed (L. Durbin pers. may serve intra-group communicative functions (e.g., relaying information about hierarchical or sexual status), as well as territorial ones. dholes are probably inflicted by prey animals, but dholes. With a name like “Great Jerboa,” you would think this was a large, fierce creature. These group sizes, included juvenile animals. Pack members communicate their whereabouts with, whistles and yelps, and cooperate in bringing down and, killing the prey. Although historically a widespread species, current subjective assessments suggest that ,2500 individuals of dholes may survive globally, ... Asiatic wild dog (Cuon alpinus), commonly also known as 'dhole', is the only species in the genus Cuon. In Indonesia, too, it is a threat but again its significance is unknown. Recent advances in in vitro follicle culture technology also have begun to provide insights into paracrine controls of canid ovarian folliculogenesis. Sambar was found to be the principal prey species for dhole as inferred from the relative biomass consumption of prey remains in dhole scats. It feeds primarily on Siberian ibexes, arkhar, argali, roe deer, maral and wild boar, as well as musk deer and reindeer. Johnsingh (1982) and Fox (1984) provide more information, A number of instances have been recorded where dholes, were killed and eaten by tigers and leopards (Venkataraman, 1995). Canid reproduction is unique among other mammals in that females experience long and variable periods of ovarian inactivity. The Dhole was widespread in central and eastern Asia from Tian-Shan and Pamir to Korea and Ussuriland, and in South and South-East Asia where range probably include all or most of the Malaysian peninsula and the Indonesian islands of Sumatra and Java In Central and eastern Asia, there have been no confirmed, recent reports of dholes from Roles for the Canidae in food webs reviewed: Where do they fit? Northern Tian Shan: talassicus (Ognev, 1931) and at the beginning of the 20th century, in Manchzhuriya, prices for dhole pelts were high (Geptner, and injuries and death by traffic are possibly significant, with other species, especially other canids, they are at risk, of contracting and transmitting infectious diseases. Table 8.2.1. comm. were only listed as reported where a dated, site-located. It was the, dholes that finally “disappeared” when banteng numbers, reached a level that, apparently, could no longer sustain, them. for dhole persecution by local people in India, e.g.. Arunachal Pradesh (N. Babu pers. Only a few of the largest, wildernesses support nearly intact species assemblages and, hinder any possibility of recovery by the region’s dhole. To minimize both harvest impact and disease spread, guidance on use of medicinal species may be useful. In, Thailand, the coat is more uniform brown lacking the, lighter throat and chest. Siberian, Northern, Tian Shan, Western Asiatic: C. a. sumatrensis: Javan, Malayan, Sumatran: The dhole (Cuon alpinus,) is the only species within the Cuon genus and is most closely related to the African wild dog, even sometimes referred to as the “Asian wild dog”. found in Chennai and Hodenhagen zoos, M. Boeer pers. The ears are triangular with rounded, tips (about half the length of the face). The Tian Shan dhole is somewhat smaller than the Ussuri dhole, with a relatively wider skull and much lighter, straw-coloured winter fur coat. Nomad's Land invites you to visit all the north of the country from east to west. Dholes give birth once a year and have a gestation period, of about nine weeks (Sosnovskii1967). However, in parts, of the adjoining Bandipur National Park, a significant, decline in numbers has been observed in the years 2002 to, 2003 (A. Venkataraman, pers. Ungulate biomass, particularly that of cervid species, is highest in these, vegetation types when compared to others in the same. China (Tibet and Xinjiang: Tian Shan and Altai-extinct); Indonesia (Java, Sumatra), Malaysia, India (montane forest), N Pakistan, Indochina, North and South ?Korea, N … Therefore, this chapter assesses the global use of carnivores in traditional folk medicine and its implications. comm.). Of the species in medicinal use, 14 are classified as Near Threatened, 18 species as Vulnerable, 9 species as Endangered, and one as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2008, In book: Canids: Foxes, Wolves, Jackals and Dogs. Glaucopsyche argali is a butterfly found in the East Palearctic Altai that belongs to the blues family. The tip of the tail is black. Avec une longueur d'environ 2500 km et une largeur variant entre 320 et 400 km, il couvre environ 1 million km². The two species seem to coexist, as chital, which, (unpubl. The remaining populations of this species face severe conservation challenges from anthropogenic interventions, but only limited information is available at population and demography levels. dholes chase banteng until the latter appear exhausted (S. Hedges and M. Tyson pers. In the 1940s, a rabies epidemic in the, Billigirirangan Hills, India, resulted in villagers being bitten. Luxuriant yellowish-red coat, dark back and grey neck. This could include an exploration of the use of alternatives and implementation of quality measures. According to Kleiman (1972) and Lorenz (1975), canid genera than to each other. ... All the dholes that were photo-captured were adults (Figure 2). Kandel, have recovered from a government-initiated mass, poisoning campaign in the 1970s, and there have apparently, been numerous recent incidents of dholes killing livestock, in the lower Kheng region. 21 Days . The muzzle is, pointed with tan to black hair around the upper part and, near the eyes. Group size and composition, may vary under different environmental conditions, but, most of the current data are from India. The population of endangered dhole is rapidly declining especially in Himalayan region. Cuon alpinus - #2180 Request Full Size Image Dhole Also as Asiatic or Indian Wild Dog., 28 April 2011. The dhole is primarily a crepuscular forager but can. Radio-telemetry data were, restricted to a three-month period for a male in a large, L.I. 4 minutes; Johnsingh 1983), with relatively little aggression, except when dealing with small prey. Actually the great jerboa is a small, desert rodent that hops around the steppes of Central Asia like a mini kangaroo. Oestrogen metabolite level of imported females was elevated for 9-12 days in January, followed by a rise in progestagen concentration. areas in India (15 in southern India, 11 in central India, 6 in western India, and 6 in northern India; CSG Dhole, occurred recently (in the 1990s) on Java: Alas Purwo, National Park, Baluran National Park, and Ujung Kulon, National Park. In, India, such persecution can play a serious role in limiting, local populations. The last two listed are unconfirmed, since they are based, are primarily from the camera-trap surveys conducted, by the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Cambodia, areas in the 1990s (Taohongling NR and Li Shan NR), and unconfirmed reports from at least five other sites, (CSG Dhole Database 2003). Dholes are large canids (typically 12–20kg) (Table 8.1.1), usually having a reddish or brown coat and a darker, bushy tail (sometimes with a white tip). to hold the largest dhole populations. Habitat, loss and degradation are also serious threats to dholes in, South Asia, and the disappearance of dholes from many of, the forested tracts in India has been attributed in large part. The Tian Shan dhole (Cuon alpinus hesperius), also known as the Siberian dhole, western Asiatic dhole,[2] or northern dhole is a subspecies of dhole native to the Altai and Tian Shan mountain ranges, and possibly Pamir and Kashmir. Across Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam, levels of hunting, are very high, sufficient to reduce almost all species of, mammal larger than a hare to very low densities, except in, the largest wildernesses, and to cause widespread local. Prononciation de Tien Shan à 2 prononciations audio, 7 synonymes, 1 sens, 7 traductions, et de plus pour Tien Shan. Dholes living outside or on the edge of, core protected areas are particularly vulnerable to human, kleptoparasitism, snaring (non-selective) and direct, persecution. ), canine parvovirus (seroprevalences. Studies of, prey selection by sympatric carnivores in Nagarahole, in, southern India, showed that dholes prefer medium-sized, prey between 31kg and 175kg in weight (Karanth and, Sunquist 1995, 2000). Taxonomic arrangement is following Wilson and Reeder (2005) and comments are added at appropriate places where deviations were incorporated following works published after 2005. hun, ban-kuta, bhansa; Kazakh: chue; Kirgizian: chue, nyar; Kannada: kadu nai, korku, bun-seeta; Khmer: chkai. A.J.T. The dhole Cuon alpinus (Pallas 1811) is a medium-sized social canid that once occurred over a wide geographic range from the Tian-Shan and Altai Mountains in central Asia and easternmost Siberia to India and Indochina (Cohen 1978 , Durbin et al. They live in clans rather than packs, as the latter term refers to a group of animals that always hunt together. It is listed as Endangered by the IUCN as populations are decreasing and are estimated at fewer than 2,500 adults. File:Tien Shan Dhole.jpg Abe's Animals: Tien-Shan Dhole Species Spotlight: Endangered Species: The Dhole Shelter From The Storm: D Is For Dhole. Cohen (1977) found vegetable matter in. The tallest mountain is Jengish Chokusu, at 7,439 metres (24,406 ft) high. It is common. The species may well have occurred into the 1990s in all. Jason (Pocock, 1936) Californie. Le dhole Ussuri est la plus grande sous-espèce. Type locality: near Udskoi, a clade with another South American canid, the, Mivart (1890) distinguished two species of, ), on the bases of body size and the second. greyish coat; ears pointed; penis more visible from side; east Asia. in the following protected areas, Taman Negara, (national park), Cameron Highlands Wildlife, Sanctuary, Ulu Lepar Forest Reserve, and Krau. In addition, the use of medicinal animals may have indirect impacts on the conservation of other species through the spread of disease. competition on dhole densities is unknown. This situation will likely, : Reliable reports of dholes in Thrumshingla, : Reliable reports of dholes in The Trapeang, : Reliable reports of dholes from two protected, : Reliable reports of dholes from at least 38 protected, : Dholes have been recorded from eight declared or, : There are recent reliable records from eight, : There are confirmed reports of dholes in, : Dholes were thought to occur in Vu Quang. Dholes are more social than gray wolves, and have less of a dominance hierarchy, as seasonal scarcity of food is not a serious concern for them. precarious with a much more fragmented distribution. These accurate, fast and cheap molecular approaches prove the efficacy of such methods in gathering ecological data from this elusive, endangered canid and show their application in generating population level information from noninvasive samples. In, Vietnam, the dhole is protected by Decree 18/HDBT (17/, 01/1992) and the amendment Decree 48/2002/ND-DP (22/, 04/2002) under category IIB, which limits extraction and, utilisation. subspecies, from the Tian Shan Mountains, to be morphologically distinct from other subspecies (Ivanoff 2007). A total of 101 radio-locations were, recorded for two animals and used to calculate home range, sizes. Johnsingh and L. Durbin pers. prey [wild dog]; Ladakh: farra; Lao: ma nai [big dog]; Tibetan: farra; Manipuri: huithou; Lepcha: sa-tun; Malayalam/Tamil: chen nai; Marathi: kolsun; Mongolian: dshergul; Nepali: bwaso; Oriya: balia kukura; Russian: krasnyi volk [red wolf], dikaya sobaka [wild dog],chikalka; Telegu: resu kukka; Thai: maa nay; Telegu: resu kukka; Tungus: dzergil; Vietnamese: cho soi lua. However, the levels of extraction or utilisation, focused on dholes have been reported for most range, states. We also discuss future research priorities, including advancing the understanding of anoestrous termination and role of paracrine factors in canine folliculogenesis. ), and the Tibet Forestry Bureau, has reported that dholes are still “common” in parts of, northern Korea (Won Chang Man and Smith 1999) and a, few small populations may still exist. Depending on prey availability, dholes may, also hunt alone or in pairs, taking smaller prey such as, infant deer or hares (Cohen 1977; Venkataraman, 1995). Bhutan (S. Wangchuk pers. Indochina (Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam) and Thailand: Dholes probably ranged over all or almost all of Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Thailand, although reliable site-, specific information is scarce. Simpson (1945) placed the dhole in the, subfamily Simocyoninae of the family Canidae, together, of shared anatomical features, most notably the reduction, of the role of the crushing post-carnassial molars. In Kanha, central India, dholes prey on a, constitute the dholes’ principal prey, are numerous in, The presence of only a single crested cusp (two in other, sheering capacity of the teeth and hence the speed at which, prey can be consumed. declared or proposed national protected areas in Laos. Although dholes have not been recorded in Pakistan, they once occurred in the alpine steppes extending into Kashmir. obs.). Wherever necessary, additional classification levels have been included. Using movement data from a dhole (Cuon alpinus) and a golden jackal (Canis aureus), we demonstrate the efficacy of movement analysis techniques to explore and contrast the movement patterns of these two individuals. There are plans to begin a radio-telemetry study of, M. Boeer (Hodenhagen Safari Park, Germany) is, involved in studies of reproductive biology and behaviour, of a pack of dholes in a large enclosure at Hodenhagen. In the Altai and Sayan Mountains, they prey on musk deer and reindeer. A global overview of carnivores used in traditional medicines, Myanmar Elephant Conservation Action Plan, IUCN Green List of Species: measuring conservation success, Bird records from Cambodia in 1997, including records of sixteen species new for the country. The limbs are slender with, some rufous on them, and the tail is more than half the, body length. The pinnae are, usually whitish-fawn on the inside and reddish-brown on, the outside. However. Their faeces. B. Acharya, (Wildlife Institute of India) are conducting a radio-. We advocate mensurative and experimental research into communities and ecosystems containing canids for a quantitative understanding of their roles in food webs and consequent development of better management strategies for ecosystems. The dental formula is 3/3-1/1-4/4-2/3=42. leopard, tiger). his, we propose 4 conservation metrics that measure the impact of past and future conservation actions. The dominant pair engages in vigorous play and. Pada musim panas di Pegunungan Tian Shan, dhole memakan banyak rhubarb gunung. comm. [4], Mammals of the Soviet Union Vol.II Part 1a, SIRENIA AND CARNIVORA (Sea cows; Wolves and Bears),, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Photographed by William Percival Westell (1910), This page was last edited on 18 June 2020, at 17:47. In many parts of their range, dholes are sympatric, with tigers and leopards and so the potential for significant, interspecific competition for prey exists, especially if the, prey populations are reduced as a result of hunting by, by feral and/or domestic dogs, e.g., mange, canine, distemper, parvovirus and rabies. subspecies (A.J.T. A collaboration between conservation agencies and the Nature and Wildlife Conservation Division, Forest Department, M, We aim to develop a new system for measuring species recovery and conservation success. Except for some captive populations, in India heterozygosity appears to be good, but there is, little chance of breeding the putative subspecies as animals, from diverse geographical origins have been widely, interbred (M. Boeer pers. Eleven prey species were identified. The Tian Shan, or Celestial Mountains, are a large, isolated range surrounded by the desert basins of northern China. The food habits of dhole were evaluated in the tropical forests of Silent Valley National Park (SVNP) from December 2011 to May 2012 by analysing their scats. abundance and population trends in India, are essential. Such clans usually consist of 12 individuals, but groups of over 40 are known. The roles of the 37 species in the family Canidae (the dog family), are of great current interest. populations of dholes in central and north-east Asia (i.e., Korea, China, Mongolia, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Tajikistan) needs to be investigated. 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