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Dingo
Characteristics
Scientific Name:
Canis Familiaris
Family Name:
Canidae
Size:
19-23 inches (48-58.5 cm.)
Weight:
50-70 lbs. (23-32 kg.) Some are documented up to 120 lbs. (55 kg.)
Color:
yellow-ginger, but can also be tan, black, or white and occasionally brindle. There are also albinos. All purebred Dingos have white hair on their feet and tail tip.
Life Span:
Can live to be over 20 years of age.
 
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Dingo Description
  The Dingo is a breed of dog that has never been fully domesticated. It has intense eyes that vary in color from yellow to orange. It has small, very mobile, rounded ears that are naturally erect. It has a well-furred, actually seems to be bushy, tail that is relaxed and has good length. Its hindquarters are lean and muscular. Its coat is soft, and the length, density, and texture vary according to the climate. Unlike most other breeds, Dingos do not have dewclaws.  
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