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Fishing wolf using thermal imaging

Wild dogs are at present the most predators of cattle in western North America, causing the most losses of sheep, goats and cattle. For example, according to the National Department of Agricultural Statistics, wild dogs were responsible for 60.5% of 224,000 sheep deaths attributed to predation in 2004. The total number of sheep deaths in 2004 was 2.22% of sheep and sheep in the states United Nations. States, according to the US Department of Agriculture report, collected 4.66 million and 7.80 million heads respectively from July 1, 2005. Because wild dog dogs are usually larger and more widespread than those of wolves, wild dogs cause more common predation losses. US government agents routinely shoot, mark, imprison, and kill about 90,000 Buraidah dogs every year to protect cattle.

Wild dogs usually bite the throat behind the jaw and below the ear when attacking sheep or adult goats, where death usually occurs due to suffocation. Blood loss is usually a second cause of death. Heavy calves and sheep are killed by attacking the wings or back, causing shock and blood loss. When attacking a smaller prey, such as small lambs, the killing is done by biting the skull and spinal areas, causing tissue and bone damage. Small or small prey may be fully implemented, leaving blood only as evidence of murder.

In the absence of harassment of wild dogs by rural people, wild dogs in urban areas lose their fear of humans, which is further exacerbated by dogs intentionally or unintentionally feeding dogs. In such cases, some wild dogs began to act strongly towards humans, chasing defeats and cyclists, and faced people walking their dogs, chasing young children. In some cases, non-white wild dogs in these areas are targeted at young children, mostly under the age of 10, although some adults have been bitten.

Ultimate Night Vision is a leader in night vision and thermal imaging. Night vision is not just a job for us, it’s our passion. Here in Texas, we are fortunate that we are able to use night vision and thermal optics to chase wild pigs, wolves and other predatory animals

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