The Australian Dingo

By Nathan Hua And Danny Truong

General Statement

Dingoes cannot bark but they can howl. All dingoes are capable of rotation. This enables dingoes to use their paws as hands and turn door knobs. Their ability to go to other dogs means dingoes could cause more problems to humans than other members of the dog family. It's scientific name is a Canis Lupus dingo.


The dingo has intense eyes that very from yellow to orange. The very mobile, small, rounded ears are naturally erect. The welled fured appearing in the bushy tails is relaxed and good length.The dingoes bodies density and texture is vary according to climate.


Dingoes live anywhere in any climate, for example, they like in deserts, grasslands, woodlands on verge of forests. The dingoes prefer to live next to forests but unfortunately some live in deserts because they are driven out of there homes from humans. They can't live anywhere without water.


Dingoes are opportunistic carnivores. Mammals form the main part of diet especially rabbits, kangaroos, wallabies, wombats and chickens. Dingoes will eat any reptiles and any food resources including insects and birds.