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Inside the High-Stakes Plan to Save African Wild Dogs

There are less than 600 African wild dogs in South Africa today, which is why wildlife biologist Cole du Plessis is playing matchmaker. In order to create a new pack, he is introducing male dogs from one wildlife reserve and female dogs from another and hoping they will breed. The thing is, African wild dogs are territorial. If the introduction doesn’t go well, these dogs will literally rip each other to shreds. So the pressure is on. In this episode of “Mission Wild,” wildlife biologist and host Wes Larson joins Du Plessis and his team to help these dogs in an unusual mating ritual. Believe us when we say, it’s a strange process.

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Johannesburg, South Africa

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