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Lycaon pictus (African hunting dog)

[77]Frame, L.H., J.R. Malcolm, G.W. Frame, and H.V. Lawick, 1979. Social organization of African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus on the Serengeti plains, Tanzania (1967-1978). Zeitschrift Tierpsychologia. 50: 225-249.
[159]Kingdon, J., 1977. An Atlas of Evolution in Africa III (A): Carnivores. London: Academic Press.
[193]Malcolm, J.R., 1980. African wild dogs play every game by their own rules. Smithsonian 11: 62-71.
[275]Schaller, G.B., 1972. The Serengeti Lion: A Study of Predator-Prey Relations. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
[319]VanHeerden, J. and F. Kuhn, 1985. Reproduction in captive hunting dogs Lycaon pictus. South African Journal of Wildlife Research 15: 80-84.
[321]VanLawick, H. and J.V. Lawick-Goodall, 1971. Innocent Killers. Boston: Houghton Mifflen.

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