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Carnivores in Tanzania

Dholes in Cambodia

Latest news: A canine distemper outbreak, introduced from village dogs, decimated the dhole population in eastern Cambodia from 2011-2013. However, research in Mondulkiri Protection Forest in eastern Cambodia during the past 2 years has shown the dhole population is breeding again, and the population is recovering. We plan to return to Cambodia later this year for another field season to continue to monitor the population, and attempt to capture and place GPS collars on dholes in at least 3 packs.

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