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Our Group is again a Super Group, so we are able to use the Poll System again.
Mixing the previous idea (the Poll Folder) with the new Thematic folder we have a better way to expose your works - The Monthly Theme Folder http://thefavouriteshowcase.deviantart.com/gallery/29360832.
Prepare to have some fun, have your work featured and win a prize.
All media works, old or new, will be accepted as long they fit the theme: animals we can find in the wild (photos taken at the zoo are also acceptable).
You may submit one work per week starting on the 1st November until the 20th.
For every 10 works a poll will be posted.
The rules will be the same as the previous POLL PERIOD with few exceptions and you may find them here http://thefavouriteshowcase.deviantart.com/gallery/29360832 .
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Endangered Animals Feature II: African Wild DogThis is the second part of the Endangered Animals feature series for Unframed-Nature.Endangered Animals Feature II: African Wild Dog by KiwiCocktail
Previous part: Snow Leopard
Endangered animal: African Wild Dog
Recognized by their distinct, colorful fur, the African Wild Dogs have disappeared from many parts of Africa. They used to be seen largely over the continent, but are now only found in its southern parts as well as the south of East Africa.
The population of these canines is continuously declining because of conflict with human activities, which causes both accidental and targeted killings, as well as habitat fragmentation and infectious diseases amongst their packs.
African Wild Dog info:
Also known as: Painted Dog, Cape Hunting Dog
IUCN status: ENDANGERED
IUCN red list