There are 36 kinds of wild dogs, all of which are members of the Canidae family. These include wolves, jackals, foxes, dingoes, coyotes, the Indian wild dog and the African wild dog.Know More
Wild dogs have long snouts and legs. They eat meat, although not all species are omnivorous.
While all canines can be called "wild dogs" in common language, the technical or scientific term "wild dog" refers only to Australian and New Guinea dingoes. These dogs are a subspecies of the Canis lupis species, making them closely related to domestic dogs but also distinctive enough to be considered a different wild species.Learn more about Zoology
The only organisms with prokaryotic cells belong to the domains Bacteria and Archaea. These organisms are considered to be prokaryotes, which are characterized by being cells that do not possess a distinct nucleus.Full Answer >
Although it is hard to obtain reliable figures for some countries, in 2012 the total number of dogs in the world was at least 525 million. The United States alone had over 73 million.Full Answer >
The northern white rhinoceros is considered critically endangered and is nearly extinct in the wild. As of 2014, there are only four left. Poaching drastically reduced its numbers during the 20th century. The southern white rhinoceros is not critically endangered. In 2012, there were approximately 20,000 in Africa.Full Answer >
An "extinct species" is a species of organism that can no longer be found in the wild or in captivity. A species is a classification of organisms which can reproduce successfully with one another.Full Answer >