There’s been a long-standing debate over whether dingoes started out wild or domesticated. One thing is clear – they had a close relationship with First Peoples.
It’s time to reconsider our relationship with the dingo. By collaborating and drawing from both Indigenous and Western knowledge, we can find ways to live in harmony with our apex land predator.
Genetic analysis shows dingo populations have significantly less dog ancestry than previously thought.
Citizen science project Dingo? Bingo! can be played immediately to help contribute to dingo research.
It’s time to take dingoes out of the doghouse.
Satellite images taken over three decades show that keeping dingoes out comes at a price.
Animals assumed to be dingo-dog hybrids based on their coat colour and culled may have been pure dingoes, a study involving UNSW finds.
DNA testing has confirmed that a small population of wild dogs in the remote New Guinea Highlands are direct ancestors of the New Guinea singing dogs – a rare cani
Dingoes, meet your long-lost cousins: New Guinea singing dogs and Highland wild dogs.
The average size of a dingo is increasing, but only in areas where poison-baits are used, a collaborative study led by UNSW Sydney shows.