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Even when they're fast asleep, they're still alert, always in harmony with their surroundings. It's as if they're part of the same song, inseparable and bound together. Famous or infamous? Villain or victim? Controversy has surrounded the Dingo in Australia, but new research suggests that this iconic predator could be an ecological saviour and help restore the Australian bush's natural order.
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Even when they're fast asleep, they're still alert, always in harmony with their surroundings. It's as if they're part of the same song, inseparable and bound together. Famous or infamous? Villain or victim? Controversy has surrounded the Dingo in Australia, but new research suggests that this iconic predator could be an ecological saviour and help restore the Australian bush's natural order.