Black-Backed Jackal (Silver-Backed Jackal, Red Jackal) - Canis mesomelas - Living in two areas of Africa, this jackal of the family Canidae is the oldest extant member of the genus Canis, according to the fossil record. The two areas where the jackals live are separated by about 559 miles (900 km) - 1) South Africa, Botswana & Zimbabwe - 2) Kenya, Somalia, Djibouti & Ethiopia - Image : © Keith Lewis / 2012
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black-backed jackal in Masai Mara National Park, Africa | ©Christine and Michel Denis Huot
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Gray Fox (Urocyon cinereoargenteus)
The Babirusa! This hairless, prehistoric-looking member of the pig family is found in Indonesia. Some scientists believe it may be more closely related to the Hippopotamus. Only males sport these impressive, wildly bizarre tusks.
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A young camel rides between packs on a camel’s back in Western Australia, 1916.
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