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Dingoes are carnivores. This means that the commonly feed with other animals. It is well known that the diet of a dingo includes rabbits, kangaroos, as well as wallabies and wombats. Dingoes can also eat reptiles and find food from whatever sources, including from insects and bugs. These dogs hunt mainly at night. They can hunt alone or in groups.

Dingoes are considered to be legendary Australian wild dogs. However, individuals from this species can be found in Southeast Asia, too

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Dingoes, though generally associated with Australia, likely originated from Southeast Asia and were introduced to Australia about 3,000 years ago

It is commonly believed that dingoes have first reached Australia about 4000 years ago. A domestic dog for Australian Aborigines, the dingo is thought to be a descendant from the Asian wolf. Now, dingoes can be found all over the country.

Dingoes can be found all over Australia. They can be seen in many parts of the continent, except for Tasmania. Few individuals from the species can be seen in New South Wales, Victoria, as well as in areas of South and Western Australia. Dingoes have the ability to live in many habitats, even though the species seems to prefer grassland areas, as well as forests.