Indian Wild Dog

Indian Wild Dog or Dhole is a highly social animal. They live in large clans with remarkably structured hierarchies, ranging from 12 to even 45 individuals.
They make eerie whistle to communicate with each other and the whistle is also distinct between the individuals that it helps the wildlife researchers to keep track of their subject. Renowned Universities from all over the world have used Wild Dog packs (clan) as management case studies to talk about leadership, team building and communication. This can certainly be extended to study the importance of a joint family system.

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