Dingoes have unique wrists in the canine world, capable of rotatation.
This enables dingoes to use their paws like hands and turn door knobs.
Their ability to go where other dogs can’t means dingoes can cause more problems for humans than other wild members of the dog family can.
A dingo can turn its head through almost 180 degrees in each direction.
Dingo litter sizes range between one and ten pups. The average number of pups born is five or six.
The dominant female dingo kills any pups born to other females in a dingo pack.
Pack members help care for the pups of the dominant dingo pair.
At around 8 weeks old, pups are weaned on to solid food, often consisting of regurgitated meat.
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