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A charismatic dingo snapped at Fraser Island is this week's reader photo.
The dingo came to Australia via southern China, and much earlier than previously thought, says new research.
Dingoes didn't wipe out mainland thylacines and Tasmanian devils, a study has found.
An AG-supported study of the importance of dingoes has been awarded a Eureka prize.
A size estimate of mainland thylacines shows they were smaller and more vulnerable than their Tasmanian cousins.
Western Australia's State Barrier Fence is to be extended, but conservation groups say it's bad news for wildlife.
The AG Society’s ninth scientific expedition fused learned expertise and volunteer zeal to reveal knowledge long-buried in the arid environs of the northern Simpson Desert.
You might think of the dingo as native, but is it actually an introduced species? What does native mean?
Australian Geographic has been shortlisted for a magazine cover award in the national Maggie awards.
Experts say that synthetic dingo urine could be used an effective repellent to prevent kangaroos being shot by farmers.
New research has uncovered some impressive traits of our national four-legged companion, the dingo.
Dingoes are more intelligent than we think - they have been filmed opening latched gates to get food.
The ability of wild dingoes to react to social cues from humans sets them apart from wolves in the smarts department, a new study shows.
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