Lycaon Pictus is a medium-sized to expansive canid species. Head-body length is 75-120 cm, the tail measures 30-44 cm, and shoulder stature is 60 - 75 cm. The body.weight ranges from 20 - 32 kg. The ears are expansive and adjusted, the legs long and bulky with four toes on each one foot. The English name "painted canine" and the exploratory name allude to the puppies' mottled covers that seem, by all accounts, to be sprinkles of tan, red, dark, yellow, tan and white. The examples are remarkable to each one pooch however for the most part the hide on the head is dim and the tail tip white. A wild canine's cover is short with almost no undercoat and where the hide is meager the blackish skin demonstrates through.
Lycaon Pictus are exceptionally friendly creatures that accumulate in packs of by and large between 10 and 30 people. There is a strict positioning framework inside the pack, headed by the overwhelming reproducing pair.
Lycaon Pictus experimental reflects the color of their pelage. Lycaon pictus truly signifies "painted or resplendent wolf." The hide gives off an impression of being painted with tan, red, dark, yellow and white regions. The example of shades is diverse on every creatures cover, much like the stripes of zebras.
Lycaon Pictus is a jeopardized species because of environment misfortune and poaching. It utilizes vast regions (so can continue just in extensive untamed life secured territories), and it is firmly influenced by rivalry with bigger carnivores that depend on the same prey base, especially the lion and the spotted hyena.