An Endangered Animal of the Middle East
The dhole is a mammal with a red coat and white underparts and black or brown legs and tails. Adult females can be up to twelve to sixteen kilograms. Adult males can be up to fourteen to eighteen kilograms. Their body length can be up to one hundred centimeters. Up to their shoulder they can be up to forty-two to fifty-five centimeters. Their way of communicating is whistling. Their unusual characteristic is their fondness of water.