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Nobody is exactly sure where the dingo Canis familiaris dingo came from it isnt originally from Austrailia but arrived between 3500 to 4000 years ago The oldest dingo fossil is dated at about 3400 years old It is thought that the dingo is from the same family as the Indian Wolf like many domestic dogs Canis familiaris but it has enough of its ancestors charachteristics that it has its own variety There are two theories about where the dingo came from One is that its relatives lived in India and were brought there by indian traders The other is that its relatives were from south east Asia and was brought there by people traveling the sea However it happened dingoes did very well in Australia Their only competition was the Tasmanian devil the thylacine and the tiger cat That competition is pobably what made these animals move to Tasmania which the dingo never reached Dingoes dont form packs like other wild dogs they either live alone or in small families Dingoes mate for life and mate once a year The families have home territories that they rarely leave Dingo families may co-operate to catch large animals Dingoes chase their prey They wear them out in a long chase because they arent very fast runners Large animals are chased until the dingoes can catch them or until the weaker ones drop back Dingoes dont always get their prey however kangaroos can lean back on their tails and kick hard enough to rip open a dingos stomach The gestation period of the dingo is about 63 days and the litters average about 5 to 8 pups After 2 weeks the mother will throw up food for the pups to eat After 3 weeks both parents will bring food to the den Prey around the den is left for the pups to practice hunting The usual color of dingoes is yellow-ginger However
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