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So a keeper came in to the african wild dogs to feed them and clean their habitat. One african wild dog walked straight through a non broken barriers... Guess my wild dogs have superpowers :lunar2019laughingpig:
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African Wild Dog (Or any Pack Animals Breeding tip)
Challenge today is quite easy.
What I did, is I have two seperate African Wild Dog Habitat.
Started with a Pair each and let them breed. (Max research and advanced research is a MUST)
Also enrichment should be at 100% as much as possible.

Now after the ALPHA pair (male/female) produced their offspring. I either immediately moved the alpha pair to a quarantine, trade center, or swap to the habitats. That way the new alpha pair will breed. Rinse and Repeat. I have 50 dogs under 12 hours at max speed by doing this.

Hope this help on others, btw there might be better breeding methods.
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African Wild Dog

IUCN Status

Endangered

Fence Grade

2

Land Area

Water Area

1162.0 m² +92 m²/ea. add'l

0.0 m²

Climbing Area

Temperature

0.0 m²

16‒40 ℃

Biomes

DesertGrassland

Group Size

Male Bachelor

Fem. Bachelor

2‒6

2‒27

2‒27

Very Easy

Maturity

Sterility

1 year

10 years

Gestation/Incubation

Interbirth

2 months

14 months

Class

Order

Mammalia

Carnivora

Family

Genus

Canidae

Lycaon

The African Wild Dog(Lycaon pictus) is a mid-sized African canine featured in the Standard Edition of Planet Zoo.

Zoopedia Description

General

Population in the Wild: 1,500

African wild dogs (or Lycaon pictus) are also known as African hunting dogs or painted wolves. They live throughout sub-Saharan Africa - the continent has several different populations and five subspecies in total. The dogs are slim and tall in comparison to other canines, with extremely large rounded ears and distinctive coloration. Generally they have yellow and black mottled fur with white patches on their legs, chest and tail, however this varies on the subspecies. Some may also have a spot-like patterning on parts of their body.

African wild dogs are endangered mainly due to habitat fragmentation. Their ranges become smaller as human population expands and land use changes, which also means that they have contact with domestic animals, exposing them to diseases that they would be unlikely to be threatened by in the wild. African wild dogs are a very wide-ranging species, too, meaning it is difficult to monitor them in protected areas as they are likely to move around. Additionally, they are often killed by lions and hyenas.

Conservation groups such as 'Range Wide Conservation Program for Cheetah and African Wild Dogs' are protecting wild dogs by improving coexistence between dogs and humans, and assisting in land use planning that will give dogs more hunting space to allow their population size to expand.

Social

African wild dogs are extremely social animals. They live in packs with an alpha male and female, who both lead the group on hunts and act as the main decision makers. The males in a pack are all related; females migrate into the group from their natal pack when they are around a year old. Adult packs are permanent once formed, with the dogs remaining together for life, even responding badly to being separated or losing a pack member.

Reproduction

In a pack of African wild dogs, only the alpha male and female reproduce. The two are monogamously bonded and will have a litter of pups each year. Subordinate dogs do not have pups but help raise the pups of the alpha pair, and it is thought that this is to prevent the pack from becoming too large for each dog to eat enough food.

Animal Care

African Wild Dog doesn't benefit from sharing space with other species.

Trivia

Zoopedia Fun Facts

  • African wild dogs hunt their prey for long distances and over extended periods of time until the prey collapses from exhaustion.
  • African wild dogs have a hunting success rate of between 60 and 90%; far more successful than other group predators like lions and hyenas, who often steal the dogs' kills.
  • African wild dogs in captivity can be trained like domestic dogs.
  • When African wild dog pups are born, they take priority in the pack, even over the alphas. They eat before all other dogs.
  • African wild dogs are observed to 'vote' by sneezing; the more dogs in a pack that sneeze concurrently, the more likely they are to go hunting. Dominant dogs are more likely to start a successful hunt vote.

Gallery

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African Wild Dog Habitat by LideR - Planet Zoo Showcase - Limpopo EP12

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