Dingoes determined as intermediary between wolves and domestic dog breeds, research finds

Philippe Perez
By Philippe Perez
Updated April 26 2022 - 3:02am, first published 1:00am
An international consortium of researchers have found dingoes are genetically different from domestic dogs after decoding their genome. Photo by Craig Manners (Unsplash)

The sequencing of the genome for the pure Desert Dingo has revealed the evolutionary positioning of the animal, leading to a hypothesis that dingoes are far less likely to eat farm animals.

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