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Friday, December 07, 2007

Wild Thing

Oh how I wish I could have gotten a clearer picture! (My battery was dead and I had to scramble even to get this shot.) We were on the final leg of our journey. As we made our way back to Arusha, we suddenly came upon a pack of wild dogs - so rare that the wildlife service in Tanzania pays guides for pictures documenting the fact they are still present. Sadly, these *dogs* have fallen prey to distemper and to farmers' bullets (because they kill the livestock). Yes, they look like very mixed up German Shepherds. They will never win "Best in show" at Westminster, but they are part of our world, and it saddens me that they are on the endangered species list. - Laura


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