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Distribution and conservation of African wild dogs in Cameroon

@inproceedings{Breuer2003DistributionAC,
  title={Distribution and conservation of African wild dogs in Cameroon},
  author={Thomas Breuer},
  year={2003}
}
  • Thomas Breuer
  • Published 2003
  • The African wild dog (Lycaon pictus) has declined dramatically during the last century and has experienced a significant reduction in its range throughout sub-Saharan Africa. Very little is known about wild dogs in Central Africa, especially the population in northern Cameroon. Human and ecological factors limiting wild dogs in and around Faro National Park were investigated in 2000/2001. Wild dogs are distributed throughout the protected areas in northern Cameroon but at very low densities… CONTINUE READING

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