First of all, dhole is an animal that has been forgotten by Koreans today, but it was a big pillar of the Korean Peninsula's ecosystem. Many tigers and leopards lived on the Korean Peninsula, and it is believed that wolves began to flow from the continent after hunting began to reduce the number of tigers. In this regard, I think dhole and red fox was the most common wild canids on the Korean Peninsula before the wolf came in. But there are currently no dhole in any zoo in Korea, as I have told Koreans that dhole is a forgotten animal. Photographic data are only confirmed that a pair of dholes were kept at the Cheongju Zoo, which opened in 1997. The only pictures of the Cheongju Zoo's dhole on the Internet. source is this site. In this situation, I would like to find out the number of dholes in zoos around the world to solve my personal curiosity and make it available for reference if the Korean zoo tries to reintroduce dhole. If you have any information you know, please provide that.