Hybridisation between domesticated animals and their wild counterparts can disrupt adaptive gene combinations, reduce genetic diversity, extinguish wild populations, and change ecosystem function. The dingo Canis lupus dingo is an iconic apex predator distributed throughout most of mainland Australia. Dingoes readily hybridise with domestic dogs, and in many Australian jurisdictions distinct management strategies are dictated by hybrid status. Yet, the magnitude and spatial extent of dog-dingo hybridisation is poorly characterised.
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Canus lupus dingo is common throughout Australia and in scattered groups across Southeast Asia. Canis lupus dingo is found throughout Western and Central Australia in forests, plains and mountainous rural areas. They may also be found in the desert regions of Central Australia where cattle waterholes are available. Natal dens are made in caves, rabbit holes or hollow logs, all in close proximity to water.
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Changes in the diet of dingoes Canis familiaris dingo in response to measured fluctuations of prey populations were followed over 7 years. The study began after great rains had broken a long drought. Eruptions of rodents and rabbits followed, but some prey were always either relatively abundant live cattle or scarce red kangaroo, lizards, birds. Cattle carcasses were increasingly available during a subsequent drought.
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