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By arvind.karthik7
Lens

EF400mm f/2.8L IS II USM

ISO

500

Aperture

f 2.8

Shutter Speed

1/1600 sec

Exposure Compensation

0 EV

he forgotten 'badass' Asian dog more endangered than tigers Although extremely adept hunters, dholes are no means a ‘big bad wolf’. At least not in the ‘big’ sense: these canids are surprisingly small. At just 12-18 kilograms, dholes are 30 to 50% the size of your average wolf, making them smaller than many medium-sized dogs. But despite their diminutive stature Dhole hunting parties are known to employ a variety of tactics to bring down their prey, including splitting into small scouting groups. When successful, dholes don’t suffocate prey with a bite to the throat like a tiger or leopard, but bring their prey down and begin eating. unlike wolves, dholes allow pups to eat before any of the other pack members.

arvind.karthik7

I’m nature and wildlife photographer, I also work for a start up in Bangalore, tracking big cats is something which I desire