Dingo - Nomenclature


The dingo has several names in both scientific and non-scientific literature, of which the word "dingo" is the most common term. Furthermore, on the Australian continent, the term "wild dog" is now used very often in both areas. In most cases this term includes dingoes, dingo-hybrids, and all other feral dogs. Dingoes are quite abundant in large parts of Australia, and yet some argue that they are endangered due to interbreeding with other dogs in many parts of their range.

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