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The dingo is an iconic Australian animal. They first arrived in Australia around 5000 years ago via ocean-going seafarers. These descendants of Asiatic wolves play an important role in Australia’s ecosystem by keeping the number of foxes and feral cats down. A dingoes habitat ranges from deserts, to grasslands and the edges of forests. They can use caves, rocky outcrops and hollow logs as a den often close to a water supply.
Come and see our two Dingo pups these school holidays!
Dingoes can’t bark like dogs, however they can howl.
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Diverse habitats throughout Australia
Approx 10 years
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