Group B contained the manned wolf, the dingo and the kit fox. These species only had facial markings that indicate the position of the eyes and the pupils aren't visible. They also tend towards the single life, or bonded pairs.
All three species gazed at each other about the same number of times, but the wolves (pictured) held their gaze significantly longer than the foxes or bush dogs
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