Wild Dogs translocated to Botswana

POLOKWANE: A pack of 18 African Wild Dogs have been translocated from South Africa to Botswana, to try to establish a viable population of the endangered animal in the Limpopo Valley.

The dogs were transferred from the Marakele National Park in Limpopo to the Northern Tuli Game Reserve in far eastern Botswana recently.

"It is intended that this reintroduction will facilitate the establishment of a  viable  population of wild dogs in the Limpopo Valley, specifically within the area earmarked for incorporation into the Limpopo-Shashe Transfrontier Conservation Area," said Harriet Davies-Mostert, manager of the Endangered Wildlife Trust's Carnivore Conservation Group.

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