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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dingo

The act requires landowners to destroy any wild dogs on their property and any person owning a dingo or half-bred dingo without a permit faces a fine. In other parts of the state, dingoes can be kept as pets under the Companion Animals Act 1998 as a dingo is defined under this act as a "dog".

www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/d/dingo

The dingo is legendary as Australia's wild dog, though it also occurs in Southeast Asia. The Australian animals may be descendents of Asian dingoes that were introduced to the continent some 3,000 ...

www.livescience.com/52594-dingo.html

The taxonomy of the dingo has been inconsistent for more than two centuries. The animal was first called Canis dingo in 1793. The name changed several times as researchers tried to fit it into the ...

a-z-animals.com/animals/dingo

The dingo is a carnivorous animal and one of Australia's most dominant predators. The diet of the dingo is similar to that of other pack-canines such as wolves, as they hunt rabbits, rodents, small mammals, lizards, birds, wallabys and even the occasional kangaroo.

www.britannica.com/animal/dingo-mammal

Dingo: Dingo, member of the family Canidae native to Australia. Dingoes have short soft fur, a bushy tail, and erect pointed ears and resemble the domestic dog in structure and habits. Most authorities regard dingoes as a wolf subspecies (Canis lupus dingo), though some consider dingoes to be their own species (C. dingo).

www.activewild.com/dingo-facts

The dingo kills its prey by biting the throat with its large, sharp teeth. Dingos are fairly common, but there is concern that ‘pure’ dingoes – animals whose ancestors haven’t bred with domestic dogs – may be endangered. The dingo is classified as a subspecies of the grey wolf (Canis lupus). Its scientific name is: Canis lupus dingo.

www.answers.com/Q/What_animals_eat_dingos

Dingoes are scavengers, and eat any other animals, especially when these animals are carrion or roadkill. They eat injured and sick large mammals, but tend to prey on smaller, slower marsupials ...

www.bioexpedition.com/dingo

Dingo Facts and Information Canis lupus dingo Introduction to Dingo. There are many stories about the Dingo, a type of wild dog.Some of them include it being able to take human infants from tents in the dead of the night.

www.australiazoo.com.au/our-animals/mammals/dingoes

There are many different cross breeds of dingo/dog so it is very common to see dingo-like dogs even in suburbia. Truly pure dingoes are extremely rare. Diet. Dingoes are most active at dawn and dusk, when their prey is also active. They eat a variety of animals but the majority of their diet is wallaby and kangaroo.

www.answers.com/Q/What_are_a_dingo's_adaptations

dingoes look like a dog but is not a dog it a Australian native wild animal and eats life stock dingoes have brown fur dose not always live with other dogs share with friends.