|Range||Australia, as well as Southeast Asia, where it is said to have originated.|
|Species|| Canis Lupus (alternate: Canis dingo)
The dingo is the largest terrestrial predator in Australia, and plays an important role as an apex predator. However, the dingo is seen as a pest by livestock farmers due to attacks on animals. Conversely, their predation on rabbits, kangaroos and rats may be of benefit to graziers.
For many Australians, the dingo is a cultural icon. There is fear of the subspecies becoming extinct. The dingo is seen by many as being responsible for thylacine extinction on the Australian mainland about two thousand years ago, although a recent study challenges this view. Dingoes have a prominent role in the culture of Aboriginal Australians as a feature of stories and ceremonies, and they are depicted on rock carvings and cave paintings.
|Northwest Dingo||Lives in North Territory & Queensland|
|Southeast Dingo||Lives in South Australia & Western Australia|
|New Guinea Singing Dog||Lives in New Guinea|