All about dingos!

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13 Questions - Developed by: Lindsey - Developed on: - 152 taken

  • 1
    Is the dingo fully domesticated?
    It is domesticated but not genetically altered
  • 2
    Which wolf is the dingo descended from?
    The Eurasian Wolf
    The Eastern Wolf
    No wolf in particular
    The Grey Wolf
    The Indian Plains Wolf
  • 3
    What is one distinguishing feature of a purebred dingo?
    Ginger fur
    Good with other dogs
    Black noses
    White feet
    Yellow eyes
  • 4
    How many breeding cycles do female dingos go through each year?
    They don't have any specific number
  • 5
    Where is the home continent of the dingo?
    South America
  • 6
    How long ago did the dingo emerge?
    4,000 years ago
    300 years ago
    15,000 years ago
    3000 years ago
  • 7
    What is the dingo's life expectancy?
    10-15 years
    About 20 years
    Five years
    There is no specific life expectancy
    Ten years
  • 8
    Name the five common names for this breed, other than dingo.
    Podenco, Dingo-wolf, Maliki, Kelef-k'naani
    There are no other common names.
    Maliki, Warrigal, Noggum, Mirigung, and Boolomo
  • 9
    Is the dingo good with kids?
    It doesn't really matter
  • 10
    Do dingos do better in hot or cold climates?
    They do not do significantly better in one or the other.
  • 11
    How much do dingos weigh?
    Around thirty pounds
    Around twenty pounds
    25-55 pounds
    22-44 pounds
    Around forty pounds
  • 12
    How high can dingos reach in height?
    29 inches
    21 inches
    52 inches
    43 inches
    15 inches
  • 13
    Describe the dingo's looks.
    Yellow or orange eyes, naturally erect ears, pure white feet, long limp tail, lean legs
    Mostly white with some golden, dark eyes, long skinny tail
    Lean legs, scrawny, all golden, black nose, long skinny tail
    Black and white or golden, white feet, long ears that hang down, dark brown eyes
    Blue eyes, button ears, especially golden feet, short tail, lean legs

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