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The Dhole or Cuon Alpinus, is wild canine living in East Asia. Northwards its range extends as far as Korea and parts of Mongolia, while southwards it extends as far as Java. Dhole pelts vary from orange-brown with a white underbelly to being entirely a ruddy orange. They generally live in packs of 10 animals, but groups as large as 40 animals have been sited. They have been known to chase off tigers in defense of their kills, but are generally not dangerous to humans.
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