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Brad Purcell - Science - 2010 - 176 pages
Many present-day Australians see the dingo as a threat and a pest to human production systems. An alternative viewpoint, which is more in tune with Indigenous culture, allows ...
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The Dingo Debate: Origins, Behaviour and Conservation

Bradley Smith - Science - 2015 - 336 pages
The Dingo Debate explores the intriguing and relatively unknown story of Australia’s most controversial animal – the dingo. Throughout its existence, the dingo has been shaped ...
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The Kangaroo Keepers

H. J. Lavery - Nature - 1985 - 211 pages
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Spirit of the Wild Dog: The World of Wolves, Coyotes, Foxes, Jackals & Dingoes

Lesley J. Rogers, Gisela Kaplan - Pets - 2003 - 235 pages
Traces the ancestry and habitats of a wide range of canine species, including discussion of how wild dogs behave, communicate, socialize, mate, and hunt.
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Free Ranging Dogs - Stray, Feral or Wild?

Guillaume de Lavigne - Pets - 2015
A while ago, our friend and we were discussing the tricky problem caused by all those abandoned and loose dogs wandering about in our village. Puzzled with all this, I decided ...
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Australian Endangered Species: Mammals, Birds, and Reptiles

Derrick Ovington - Endangered species - 1978 - 183 pages
Summary: British pioneers in New Zealand jungle at the turn of the 19th century.
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Kangaroos: Biology of the Largest Marsupials

Terence J. Dawson - Nature - 1995 - 162 pages
Evolution - Types - Social habits - Population structure - Reproduction - Living in the environment - Attitudes of humans.
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Encyclopedia of mammals, Volume 15

Mammals - 1997 - 2562 pages
Detailed articles cover the history, anatomy, feeding habits, social structure, reproduction, territory, and current status of ninety-five mammals around the world.
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