Stunning Wild Dog

Brian Bode
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June 21, 2014
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Siwandu

At Selous Safari Company we are lucky enough to have both our bush camps in areas where Wild Dog are found. Nyerere National Park (formerly Selous Game Reserve) has the largest population of Wild Dog in the globe and Ruaha National Park holds the second largest population so if you love these rare and beautiful creatures you cannot go wrong by coming to our camps and giving yourself the best opportunity to see them!

It is wonderful to see these pack animals cavorting and playing as well as hunting together - have a look at this amazing video

 

What makes this video even more fantastic is our guests are seeing them without any other distractions, no other vehicles or noise - just you and the wildlife!

Come and spend some authentic safari time with us - unique bush experiences in glorious landscapes

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