The heads of animals believed to have gone extinct 40 years ago have been found in an African country, AFP reported. African wild dogs disappeared from Uganda in the 1980s, but this June they were spotted again in Gidebo Valley National Park.
African wild dogs, also known as hyena dogs (Lycan film) Endangered species, the World Conservation Union estimates that there are only 6,600 individuals left in the world.
This number is declining because their habitats are becoming scarce and they are being destroyed by human activity and infectious diseases.
This is why the staff of the national park and the environmentalists of the country want to protect the species that have returned to their homeland.