Definition of Lycaon pictus
1. Noun. A powerful doglike mammal of southern and eastern Africa that hunts in large packs; now rare in settled area.
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Literary usage of Lycaon pictus
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1. East African Mammals in the United States National Museum by Ned Hollister (1918)
"lycaon pictus lupinus ROOSEVELT, African Game Trails, Amer. ed., p. 473; London ed., p. 485. 1914. lycaon pictus lupinus ROOSEVELT AND HELLER, Life Hist. ..."
2. Proceedings by Zoological Society of London (1855)
"ON SOME POINTS RELATING TO THE ANATOMY OF THE TASMANIAN WOLF (THYLACINUS) AND OF THE CAPE HUNTING DOG (lycaon pictus). BY EDWARDS CRISP, MD By this method, ..."