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Do wlld dogs live in forests in India ?

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Asked by sitapati rao, 20 Mar '09 03:25 pm
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Garampani Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Karbi Anglong district, Assam, India. It is 25 km from Golaghat.
Answered by Ataur Rahman, 20 Sep '13 12:16 pm

 
  
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In eastern India, the wild dog (dhole) is rare or extinct in Mizoram, Tripura, Nagaland, Meghalaya, and Assam. About 10 years ago, a pack was seen in Goalpara district near the Bhutan-Assam boundary. In 1953, a pack was reportedly seen by forest labourers in Garampani Wildlife Sanctuary, Assam. The dhole is still widespread in the Garo hills of Meghalaya. In the forests of Arunachal Pradesh, dholes are frequently sighted in Nandhapa Tiger Reserve, but are rare in other are-as.

The dhole is extinct or extremely rare in the hill tracts of Nagaland (Bombay Natural History Society has not received skins from Nagaland since 1931). In West Bengal, dholes are occasionally seen in the Mahanadi Wildlife Sanctuary, the Jhalda-Baghmundi Matha zone of the Pundia forest division, and the Cooch Behar forest division. They have not been reported in the Sundarbans Tiger Reserve. The status of the dhole in the Himalayas is much more precarious. The last skin from Sikkim was collected in 193 1. In r ...more
Answered by Lion Heart, 24 Mar '09 03:45 pm

 
  
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Yes in national parks u can find them a lot like kanha and other parks
Answered by krish, 20 Mar '09 04:31 pm

 
  
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Hmmmmmmmmmmm.......................................mmmmmmmmmmmmmm ......................thinking..............................hmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmm..........mmmmmmmmmmmmmm.......may be
Answered by rAhUl, 20 Mar '09 03:26 pm

 
  
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