Black-backed Jackal

Kruger National Park, Mpumalanga, South Africa
Photo by: Denis Roschlau
Date: 2008-05-15
Image ID: 302445
The Black-backed Jackal occurs in a wide variety of African habitats, such as open woodlands, scrubland, savanna, and bush. They can easily adapt to different habitats. They are quite common throughout their range, and have a low risk of endangerment.

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Place: Africa  | African  | Eastern Transvaal  | Kruger National Park  | Mpumalanga  | Republic of South Africa  | South Africa  | South African  | Transvaal
Topics: animals  | mammal  | mammalia  | mammals
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