Widely regarded as Australia’s native wild dog, the Dingo (which shares the family Canidae with domestic dogs and the introduced Red Fox) is actually a relatively recent arrival to these shores. Dingoes can trace their lineage to the Indian Wolf (Canis lupus pallipes), and some believe they represent Australia’s first deliberately introduced mammal. Whether Aboriginal or Asian people orchestrated their arrival on this continent around 3000 years ago is unknown. (Aborigines have enjoyed a close relationship with Dingoes, but strong natural instincts make them difficult to domesticate.) Animals in the family Canidae have non-retractable claws and long muzzles armed with sharp canine teeth, New research suggests that this iconic predator could be an ecological saviour and help to restore the natural order of the Australian bush.
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