Top 10 Wild Dog Breeds in The World

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Culpeo

The Culpeo, also known as the Andean fox, is a species of fox native to the Andes mountains in South America.

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Ethiopian Wolf

 It is the only species of canid that is endemic to Ethiopia. The Ethiopian wolf is a top predator in its ecosystem.

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Dhole

 It is genetically close to species within the genus Canis but distinguished from its members by its reddish-brown fur.

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Coyote

They are typically brown or gray in color, with a bushy tail. Coyotes are intelligent and resourceful animals.

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Maned Wolf

The Maned Wolf is an important species in the ecosystem of its native range, and controls the populations of smaller animals.

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African Wild Dog

The African wild dog is the largest of its kind, and its coat is brightly colored with patches of yellow, black, and white.

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Red Wolf

The red wolf is a beautiful creature that is native to North America. These wolves are typically smaller than their gray wolf cousins.

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Grey Wolf

The grey wolf is a large canine native to the wilderness and remote areas of North America, Europe, and Asia.

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Red Fox

They are also known for their sharp minds and quick reflexes, which help them to survive in the wild.

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Side-Striped Jackal

The side-striped jackal is distinguished from other jackal species by the white stripes that run down the sides of its body.

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