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    Ludwig Leichhardt
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    The dingo has been given its own species status, recognising that it is not descended from dogs or wolves.

    http://www.australiangeographic.com....parate-species
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    This is a dingo I photographed in the Toolara state forest near Rainbow Beach.


    ...and this is a Carolina dog from North America that has at least some Pre Columbian East Asian dog ancestry.
    1354295668~Beautiful--Carolina-Dog[1].jpg
    Photo from this website: http://www.extraordinarydogs.org/201...og-breeds.html
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    '....at least two distinct populations of dingo'
    'New insights on the history of canids in Oceania based on mitochondrial and nuclear data'

    http://link.springer.com/article/10....709-016-9924-z
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hairyman View Post
    My daughter spotted this fine specimen trotting along beside the highway in Toolara State forest yesterday and we were able to ambush him on a side road for this pic
    Dingoes look very similar to dogs in Thailand. Picture is of my Thai Ridgeback ...Bodhi

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    A wild dog (dingoe cross) photographed by a trail cam on a cattle property in the Proserpine area NQ.STC_0110.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by remington View Post
    A wild dog (dingoe cross) photographed by a trail cam on a cattle property in the Proserpine area NQ.STC_0110.jpg
    Great pic..
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