The Dingo in Australia and Asia

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J. B. Books, 2001 - Dingo - 200 pages
Today the Dingo - Australia's native dog - is threatened by extinction and faces conservation problems comparable to those that beset North American wolves or coyotes. Sharing personal observations gleaned from thirty years of research, Laurence K. (Laurie) Corbett introduces the world of the dingo to a wide audience, enhancing his discussion with eight pages of colour plates and forty black and white illustrations. This book covers social and chemical communication among dingoes, patterns of aggression, dominance and submission, the dingoes feeding ecology, hunting tactics and competition with other predators.

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