Here is a round-up of the everything you need to know about the Aarwolf.
The Aardwolf’s distinctive striped coat is a key feature that sets it apart from other members of the hyena family. The Aardwolf sports a striking black-and-white striped pattern, unlike other hyenas, which typically have spotted or solid-colored coats. These stripes run vertically down the Aardwolf’s back and are most pronounced on the shoulders and neck.
Aardwolves typically mate for life, with both parents taking an active role in caring for their young. After a gestation period of about three months, females give birth to litters of two to five pups
Interestingly, Aardwolves are not considered a threat to termite colonies and are often considered essential contributors to the ecosystem’s health. They help to regulate the termite population
One of the fascinating aspects of the Aardwolf’s physical appearance is its unique jaw structure and teeth adaptations. While other hyenas are known for their powerful jaws and bone-crushing teeth, the Aardwolf’s jaws are much more delicate in structure