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|Feral dogs in Africa, Europe, South America etc..|
|Topic Started: Aug 19 2012, 10:34 AM (494 Views)|
|Madmustelid||Aug 19 2012, 10:34 AM Post #1|
|Why don't you hear much about them? Are there any feral dog populations in the Amazon for example? I mean the natives there kept a small semi-feral dog similar to the Dingo. So, why don't you ever hear about Feral dogs from there? Jaguars and Pumas are pretty rare in many parts of South America, and I can't really see Ocelots or even Bush dogs posing much of a threat to a pack of feral dogs.|
|Madmustelid||Sep 16 2012, 09:10 AM Post #2|
|FelisRex||Sep 19 2012, 04:16 AM Post #3|
|I know North America has the wild Carolina Dogs|
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