Its the dingo fence in Australia
The Dingo Fence
The dingo fence in Australia
Dingo Fence was created in 1885.
The Dingo Fence
The dingo fence was built during the 1880s and was finished in 1885. It stretches around 5,600 km.
The dingo fence is the world's longest fence. The original fence was merely extra netting on top of rabbit-proof fences, to keep out the dingoes and other wild dogs from grazing lands and vulnerable sheep. The fence was built by contractors, under the authority of the various state governments. For more information on the dingo fence, see the link below.
a dingo lives in australia
The dingo is a dog native to Australia.
The dingo was introduced to Australia over 3000 years ago from Asia
No, a noun. A dingo is a wild dog in Australia
The Dingo (Canis lupus dingo) is dog-like, and found mainly in Australia.
The dingo fence is Australia's longest fence, and one of the longest fences in the world. It begins in Queensland, near Jimbour on the Darling Downs, and ends just west of the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia. Total length is around 5,600 km or 3480 miles. At one stage, it actually extended for almost 8000 km.
the Australian dingo is the only native dog to Australia.
Dingoes have been known to kill children, including a 9 year old boy. This helped disperse some of the skeptical views towards Lindy Chamberlain's claim that a dingo had been seen taking her baby daughter out of their tent at Ayers Rock. The dingo fence stretches right across Queensland and South Australia in an attempt to keep the dogs out of the sheep grazing parts of Australia. It is the longest fence in the world, was begun in 1880 and is still maintained to this day.
The dingo is a subspecies of the gray wolf. For a map showing its range in Australia, click on this link.
It is not very long
This is the dingo fence, also known as the Wild Dog Barrier Fence. It extends about 5000km from northwestern Queensland, across the central Australian deserts, protecting the southern part of the continent from dingoes. It then meets up with the Border Fence in New South Wales.
No. There are no wolves in Australia. The only native canine found in Australia is the dingo, and even that did not originate here.