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Dingo: The King of Australia

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  • Dingo: The King of Australia

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    Get ready to meet the Apex Predator Down Under, the Dingo. | If you want to get behind the scenes on our latest trip down under, then check out our Patreon page for some exclusive new episodes. Watch the here:

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    Created by Dylan Dubeau
    Written, Directed, Shot and Produced by: Dylan Dubeau
    Hosted by: Danielle Dufault
    Edited by: Jim Pitts
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    Examining the nature of the beast.

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  • Dingo Fast Food | Nat Geo Wild

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    Dingos can eat much more than just babies -- this pack takes down a whole kangaroo.
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  • Dingo Meets a Coyote!

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    On this episode of Breaking Trail, Coyote has the opportunity to pal around with some Australian Dingos!

    The Dingo is a feral native dog species in Australia. Well known as a part of Australian culture this iconic species is often misunderstood. Throughout their range they have many color variations ranging from dark brown to the traditional tan and white, and even almost pure white in the more mountainous regions.

    Dingos should never be approached in the wild but on this day Coyote and the team were fortunate enough to meet some captive Dingos at the Billabong Sanctuary in Townsville!

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  • Will a Coyote be accepted into a Dingo Pack?!

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    On this episode, Coyote has the opportunity to pal around with some Australian Dingos! The Dingo is a feral native dog species in Australia. Well known as a part of Australian culture this iconic species is often misunderstood. Throughout their range, they have many color variations ranging from dark brown to the traditional tan and white, and even almost pure white in the more mountainous regions.

    Dingos should never be approached in the wild but on this day Coyote and the team were fortunate enough to meet some captive Dingos at the Billabong Sanctuary in Townsville! Get ready to see a Dingo meet one curious Coyote!

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  • Meeting the Iconic Australian Dingo

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    Set amongst the rolling green hinterland, this location is dedicated to the preservation of the natural state of wildlife. Owner and operator, Josef Lasarow believes that a sustainable mindset is the key to doing so. And while this park promotes the livelihood of many creatures, it is the Australian Dingo that I’m here to see.

    While having a significant role in the natural ecosystem, the Dingo was nearly wiped out by colonists who perceived the creature as a threat. This ongoing belief has led to a disruption of nature and misunderstanding of this animal. So, Josef has made it a passion to raise awareness to the true nature of this beautiful creature.

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  • Kangaroo vs Dingo | National Geographic

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    A dingo eyes a young kangaroo, and the hunt is on.
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  • Coyote Catches Australias Largest Monitor Lizard! | Coyote Peterson: Brave The Wild

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    The perentie is the largest of Australia's native monitor lizards, and Coyote is determined to find one on his visit to the outback. After 7 days of relentless searching, he finally manages to get his hands on one!

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  • Australias Top 3 Desert Monsters | Australias Deadly Monsters

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    The desert scorpion, thorny devil and king brown snake are some the most fearsome monsters of Australia's deserts.
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  • Wallaroo vs dingo - BBC wildlife

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  • Monster Lizard Hunts Kangaroo

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    Perentie monitor lizard's prey includes young kangaroos, other small marsupials, snakes, bats, and rodents. Behind the facade of Australia’s dramatic scenery is a motley crew of silent assassins, con artists, gang members, and brutal brawlers, vying for supremacy amidst the harsh, dry and desolate Australian desert. Competition for resources is so fierce, it’s animal residents have developed some ingenious methods of survival.

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  • DINGO FACILITY TOUR: MAMBAS, COBRAS AND MORE

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    In this weeks video, we start part 1 of my private facility tour. Vipers, Mambas, King Cobras, and awesome frogs are all part of what we have to show.

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  • AUSTRALIAN ANIMALS Names and Sounds for Kids to Learn | Learning Australian Animal Names

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    Australian Animals names and sounds for kids to learn. This educational video will help in learning Australian animal names and sounds for children in kindergarten or preschool age. Subscribe to Kiddopedia channel for more educational videos for kids →

    In this video, real videos of Australian animals are shown to small children to teach them Australian animal names and sounds. 23 different Australian animal names are presented with the native British English pronunciation. Animal sounds in combination with animal videos are a perfect educational method for kids to learn animal names. 23 Australian animal videos are compiled in one video to teach your children the native Australian animals quickly. This will help your kids to learn the sounds and names of Australian correctly. These different Australian names are a perfect starting point for the education of children.

    10% of the biological diversity on Earth comes from Australian animals. The native Australian animals are unique and special thanks to the geologic and the climatic events happened on this continent. Wild animals in Australia has been an important research subject explorers and scientists since the discovery of Australia. Get to know the animals in Australia with this educational video for children.

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  • Why Dingoes Are Important For Pest Control | E06 | The Wild Life Of Tim Faulkner

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  • Toddler mauled by dingo during family holiday | 9 News Australia

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  • Extreme Dinghy Racing in Australia

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  • Moving The Biggest Croc At Australia Zoo | Crikey! Its The Irwins

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    Acco is the largest croc at Australia Zoo, and it's time for him and his girlfriend Cassie to be moved to their new enclosure. After safely getting Acco into his box, the team use a crane to lift and move him across the park.

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  • Longest Snake On Earth Eats A Deer Whole | Wildest Islands Of Indonesia

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    The giant Reticulated Python is as wide as a human and capable of catching and swallowing a crocodile whole. This snake is out looking for a kill big enough to sustain it for the next year.

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  • Wild Dog Pack: The Secret Lives Of The Australian Dingo | Nature Documentary HD CC Available

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    The Australian dingo might look like a family dog, but with 180-degree vision and a keen sense of smell up to 100 times better than our own, it's an apex predator of stunning efficiency. Explore the world of this much-maligned outback dweller and the complex social code of the pack that governs it.

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  • These cute dingo pups have a harsh life ahead of them | Australia Remastered

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    Surviving in Australia's red centre is tough for many animals including dingoes and their pups. #AustraliaRemastered
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    Dingoes arrived almost 4,000 years ago – probably on fishing boats from Indonesia. They moved inland and are now perfectly adapted to the arid centre. A pack working together can bring down even an adult big red.
    Rather than expend energy they call off the hunt, as there are plenty of smaller animals to eat. With so much food on offer, it's a good time to raise young pups. These pups are still drinking their mother’s milk.
    But at just six weeks old they’re already sharing in the pack’s kills.
    The whole family helps to guard the new pups and hunt for them. But dingoes are territorial. Each pack controls a restricted area of the arid plains. They can only hunt the animals that come within their borders. There’s food for now as the pups grow, but when there is no grass to attract grazers, and the travelling flocks move on – the pack’s future will be tested.

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  • How dangerous are Australias dingoes, really? | How Deadly

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    Since the 80's, dingoes have had a bad wrap. They’re not like your pet dog, so what makes them different and how dangerous are they? Subscribe to ABC Science YouTube ????

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  • Ep 04 The IMPORTANCE of the DINGO // The role of Australia’s Apex Predator

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    Welcome, or welcome back to the final episode of the series All About the Dingo!
    In this one I discuss the importance of Australia's top order predator, including how they maintain balanced ecosystems AND can actually benefit cattle farmers!

    I hope this sparks some discussions about Australia's most controversial animal, please leave any questions and comments below!

    Many thanks to Lyn Watson and the team at the Australian Dingo Foundation.

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    THE SCIENCE

    Why Do Some Graziers Want to Retain Not Kill Dingoes -

    The Dingo as a management tool on a beef cattle enterprise in western Queensland -
    Angus Emmott | Australian Zoologist (2020)

    Dingoes in the Victorian Alpine Region -
    Zali Jestrimski | The Victorian Naturalist (2020)

    Taxonomic status of the Australian dingo: the case for Canis dingo Meyer, 1793 -
    Bradley P Smith et al. | Zootaxa (2019)

    What is a dingo–origins, hybridisation and identity -
    Kylie M Cairns | Australian Zoologist (2021)

    Australia’s dingo fence from space: satellite images reveal its effects on landscape -


    WOLVES INFLUENCE ELK MOVEMENTS: BEHAVIOR SHAPES A TROPHIC CASCADE IN YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK -
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  • Wild Dog or DINGO? // What the government doesnt want you to know about Wild Dog Control Programs

    5:53

    Thanks for tuning in!

    In this video I discuss the misleading term ‘Wild Dog’.
    99% of Australian ‘Wild Dogs’ are actually Dingoes! Unfortunately the term 'Wild Dog' is used when talking about lethal control of Dingoes and its widespread use de-values the ecological and cultural importance of the Dingo.

    Be sure to check out the petitions and the science below for more info ????

    Many thanks to Lyn Watson, Kevin Newman and the team at the Australian Dingo Foundation.

    Cheers,
    Zali

    PETITIONS






    For Victorian residents:



    SCIENCE
    The myth of wild dogs in Australia: are there any out there? Kylie Cairns, Mathew Crowther, Bradley Nesbitt and Mike Letnic (2021)




    Wicked “wild dogs”: Australian public awareness of and attitudes towards dingoes and dingo management.
    Lily Van Eeden, Mathew Crowther, Christopher Dickman, Thomas Newsome (2020)


    What is a dingo - origins, hybridisation and identity.
    Kylie Cairns (2021)


    Taxonomic status of the Australian dingo: the case for Canis dingo Meyer, 1793.
    Bradley Smith, Kylie Cairns et al. (2019)



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  • DINGO PUP TAKES FIRST STEPS! | The Australian Reptile Park

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  • Dingo Habitat In An Abandoned Gas Station ⛽ | Planet Zoo Speed Build - Australia Pack

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    My very first Dingo habitat - a recreation of an abandoned Shell gas/petrol station off a dusty Australian highway.
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  • Croc vs. Roo | Australias Deadly Monsters

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  • The dingo is the only canine species native to Australia

    6:22

    Doting parents but fierce predators, dingoes are animals that are well-adapted for the harsh and diverse climates of Australia and the Pacific region. These creatures are considered to be a wild type of dog and exhibit similar pack behavior and hunting strategies as the closely related wolf. They can be distinguished from similar canines by their almost fiery red coat color.

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  • Looking for the Australian Dingo

    2:23

    The Australian Dingo is the largest predator among mammal species of Australia. The Dingo is a feral species that is linked to tamed dogs introduced by early indigenous settlers 5.000 years ago. It has been heavily hunted and is not that easy to spot in the wild.
    My best spotting sites to see Dingo during my stay were :
    1 – Fraser Island, Queensland, where the largest population of pure Dingo (not interbred with domestic dogs) lives.
    2 – Kings Canyon, Northern Territory, in the outback. I also heard Dingo howling at night in the iconic Ayers Rock area which is close to Kings Canyon.
    In the video you will see these two magic instants. You will notice how an opportunist species is the Dingo. In the first sequence, in Fraser island, we spotted a Dingo trying (and succeeding) to open a coconut. In the second one, by Kings Canyon, the Dingo that we followed was scavenging on a dead wallaby on the road, very likely killed by a car.


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  • Dingo, a wild dog in Australia

    2:05

  • Dingo || Description, Characteristics and Facts!

    8:53

    The dingo (Canis familiaris, Canis familiaris dingo, Canis dingo, or Canis lupus dingo) is an ancient (basal) lineage of dog found in Australia. Its taxonomic classification is debated; as per the variety of scientific names presently applied in different publications, it is variously considered a form of domestic dog not warranting recognition as subspecies; a subspecies of dog and/or wolf; or a full species in its own right. It is a medium-sized canine that possesses a lean, hardy body adapted for speed, agility, and stamina. The dingo's three main coat colourations are light ginger or tan, black and tan, or creamy white. The skull is wedge-shaped and appears large in proportion to the body.

    The earliest known dingo fossil, found in Western Australia, dates to 3,450 years ago, which led to the presumption that dingoes came to Australia with seafarers before that time, possibly from south-west Sulawesi in modern-day Indonesia. Dingo morphology has not changed over the past 3,500 years: this suggests that no artificial selection has been applied over this period.

    The dingo is closely related to the New Guinea singing dog: their lineage split early from the lineage that led to today's domestic dogs, and can be traced back through the Malay Archipelago to Asia. A recent genetic study shows that the lineage of those dingoes found today in the northwestern part of the Australian continent split from the lineage of the New Guinea singing dog and southeastern dingo 6,300 BC, followed by a split between the New Guinea singing dog lineage from the southeastern dingo lineage 5,800 BC. The study proposes that two dingo migrations occurred when sea levels were lower and Australia and New Guinea formed one landmass named Sahul that existed until 6,500–8,000 years ago.

    The dingo's habitat covers most of Australia, but they are absent in the southeast and Tasmania, and an area in the southwest (see map). As Australia's largest extant terrestrial predator, dingoes prey on mammals up to the size of the large red kangaroo, in addition to birds, reptiles, fish, crabs, frogs, insects, and seeds. The dingo's competitors include the native quoll, the introduced European red fox and the feral cat. A dingo pack usually consists of a mated pair, their offspring from the current year, and sometimes offspring from the previous year.

    The first British colonists who settled at Port Jackson in 1788 recorded dingoes living with indigenous Australians, and later at Melville Island in 1818, and the lower Darling and Murray rivers in 1862, indicating that dingoes were under some form of domestication by aboriginal Australians. When livestock farming began expanding across Australia in the early 19th century, dingoes began preying on sheep and cattle. Numerous population-control measures have been implemented since then, with only limited success. The dingo is recognised as a native animal under the laws of all Australian jurisdictions.

    The dingo plays a prominent role in the Dreamtime stories of indigenous Australians; however, it rarely appears depicted in their cave paintings when compared with the extinct thylacine, also known as the Tasmanian wolf or Tasmanian tiger.


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  • DINGO - Australias Top Predator

    52

    These are some of the Dingoes we spotted on our trips around our great mainland of Australia. Always hard to photograph - I managed a few pics. Take a peek

  • Geocore Shorts: Animals Dingo Vs. Kangaroo

    2:01

    To license this clip go to Dingo vs. Kangaroo: Australia's wild dog, the dingo, is on the prowl. Hunting alone, it searches for small game, but sees a larger opportunity in a kangaroo and its joey. Meanwhile, the mother kangaroo is concerned about an eagle flying overhead. Spotting this danger, the two kangaroos run away. The dingo chases after, and although it's fast, it can't keep up. Kangaroos can reach up to 35 miles per hour. Dingos have better luck with larger game when hunting in packs. So, the dingo goes back to searching for smaller prey.

  • DINGO PUPPY HEALTH CHECK! | The Australian Reptile Park

    3:24

    After a scary introduction to the world by emergency c-section, keepers are having to keep a close eye on Lucky by doing health checks. Thankfully, Lucky is doing just fine! Watch as Tim Faulkner gets up close to make sure Lucky is all good!

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  • How Australias Dingo Fence Removes Dingoes but Ruins the Environment

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    In this episode, we talk about how Australia's dingo fence removes dingoes but ruins the environment. Yes, this is the 150-kilometer fence that goes across three states designed to keep dingoes away from sheep. This fence has been up the 1880s and now the environmental ruins it created can be seen from space!

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  • Orphaned dingo cub saved by farmer | 9 News Australia

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  • EP 03 Not a Dog, a DINGO // How the Dingo is different to our domestic Dog

    5:40

    Hi there everyone, my name is Zali! Welcome to The Dingo Channel or for those subscribed, welcome back!

    In this video I introduce you all to Pumbah the alpine Dingo from The Dingo Discovery Sanctuary and Research Centre. Pumbah and I will be showing you just how vast the differences are between Dingoes and domestic Dogs.
    Pumbah has his own instagram (@pumbahthedingo) be sure to check it out!


    If you want to learn about Dingo ecotypes and colours, please check out our previous video.

    Many thanks to Lyn Watson and the team at the Australian Dingo Foundation.

    Hope you enjoy!

    SCIENCE
    What is a dingo - origins, hybridisation and identity. Dr Kylie Cairns (2021)


    Taxonomic status of the Australian dingo: the case for Canis dingo Meyer, 1793.
    Dr Bradley Smith, Dr Kylie Cairns et al. (2019)


    LINKS
    AUSTRALIAN DINGO FOUNDATION


    SOCIAL MEDIA
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    @sooty_dingo

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  • EP 01 WHERE DID DINGOES COME FROM? // Dingo History and Common Misconceptions

    5:16

    Welcome Dingo lovers!
    This is the first episode to a series where I talk about All Things Dingo!
    In this episode I cover the taxonomic status of the dingo, why their history is so heavily debated and how they may have arrived in Australia.

    As with all apex predators, the protection of dingoes is very controversial. From this controversy comes many misconceptions and a history of research that has been based on dingo control rather than conservation.
    I hope this series will spark discussions and provide a fresh view on Australia's incredible top order land predator.

    Cheers legends,
    Zali

    Many thanks to Lyn Watson, founder of the Australian Dingo Foundation and the team at the Dingo Discovery Sanctuary and Research Centre.

    THE SCIENCE
    1. Taxonomic status of the Australian dingo: the case for Canis dingo Meyer, 1793 (2019) Zootaxa - Bradley P. Smith, Kylie M. Cairns et al.
    2. New insights on the history of canids in Oceania based on mitochondrial and nuclear data (2016) Genetica - Kylie M. Cairns and Alan N. Wilton

    LINKS:
    AUSTRALIAN DINGO FOUNDATION


    SOCIAL MEDIA
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    @dingodiscovery
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  • IM BACK AND I HAVE A NEW PARTNER!

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  • Dingo, Perth Zoo, Australia

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  • Australian Dingo - Up Close & Personal

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    Visiting the dingos at Ballarat Wildlife Park. February, 2020.

  • dingo - pronunciation

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    This is the #pronunciation of #dingo in four #English dialects of American, British, Australian, and Welsh.

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  • Ernie Dingo

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    An excerpt from the documentary 'Oondamooroo' about Ernie Dingo. He sings 'King Wally'.

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