Saturday, September 14, 2013

Big Five: African Wild Dog

African Wild Dog - Lycaon Pictus

Our first glance into the poachers of Big Five.

Wild Dogs are cheap, light weight, and easy to assemble. Used mostly for recon and scouting purposes, they can also function in offensive roles when operating in large packs. Speed and numbers make up for their general lack of defense and small size. Their low cost and ease of operations has made them popular among poaching organizations. Parts are relatively easy to smuggle and readily available on the black market. After market modifications are commonplace. Typical modifications include teeth swapping, leg reinforcements, modified optics, and tail transmitter replacement.


  1. very nice post
    two thumb up for you ^___^


  3. Also, if I ordered a print do I get the spec sheet for the robot animal as well?

  4. Don't know what happened to my first comment, so my "also" looks weird. Basically I asked if you see the wild dogs as being used by poachers rather than those seeking to stop poachers.... I'm guessing that's why this dude looks more like a poacher in this image. Great work by the way.....

  5. I really liked this part of the article... with a nice and interesting topics have helped a lot of people who do not challenge things people should know... You need more publicize this so many people who know about it are rare for people to know this. Success for you...!!!