Dhole - (cuon alpinus)
The Dhole, or Indian wild dog is the only extant member of the Cuon genus of canines, which differs from Canis by a reduced number of molars and increased number of teat’s.
The Dhole is the most successful hunter in India, and lives in large social groups that break down into smaller pack’s to hunt. They have been known to attack tiger’s when bothered by them and like the African Wild Dog, let their pup’s eat first at a kill.
The usually hunt medium sized prey but have been known to bring down bigger prey such as water buffalo