Research shows that the diet of Fraser Island dingoes ranges from bandicoots to iPods. What can be done to maintain a healthy population on the island?
Australia’s largest land predator has been found to be resistant to one of its biggest threats – changes in skull shape caused by cross-breeding with domestic dogs.
Conservationists are working hard to create a safe gene pool of purebred dingoes as insurance
While the feral cats are away, the dusky hopping mice can come out to play – thanks to the help of dingoes
The genes of dingoes, dogs and wolves suggests they all evolved from a long gone ancestor, turning existing theories of dog origins on their heads.
The dingo has been given its own species status, recognising that it is not descended from dogs or wolves.
Culling dingoes may be worse for ecosystems than keeping the predators, a new study says.
Dingoes are an iconic Australian animal, but their co-existence with humans is challenging.
Feeding dingoes and other wild animals is not just detrimental to them, but bad for us, too.
An AG-supported study of the importance of dingoes has been awarded a Eureka prize.