7 Most Dangerous Wild Dogs You Won't Believe Exist.
African wild dogs are the only social canids in Africa. They hunt in packs of up to 30 dogs, and their prey is usually antelope.
1 The African Wild Dog
Grey wolves are one of the world's largest and most powerful wild dogs. They usually live in Canada, Russia, and Alaska.
2 The Grey Wolf
Coyotes are wild dogs that can be found in North America and Asia. They're known for their cunning, scavenging, and hunting skills.
3 The Coyote
The dingo is a domesticated animal. Although they are not considered dangerous, they do have a reputation for being quite aggressive and territorial.
4 The Dingo
The Sri Lankan Yala Dog is a wild dog found in the forests of Sri Lanka, where it hunts and scavenges for food.
5 Sri Lankan Yala Dog
The Indochina dingo is a wild dog native to Southeast Asia. It is one of the smallest wild dog species in the world, weighing less than 20 pounds at the full-grown size.
6 Indochina Dingo
The Hierran Wolfdog is a crossbreed between the African Hunting Dog and the Grey Wolf.
7 Herran Wolfdog
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