Where do dingoes live?
Dingoes live in Australia. They are most commonly found in remote areas of the outback, such as bushland areas and semi-arid regions, as long as there is a food source, but they have certainly been known to move closer in to human habitations. They are very adaptable, and have been known to inhabit rainforests and even alpine and sub-alpine regions.
Fraser Island, the world's largest sand island, which lies off
Queensland's southern coast, is heavily populated with
Dingos live in Australia. Europeans brought them there, and then they ran away and became wild dogs that would no longer become close to a human.
Dingoes are commonly found in the Northern Territory and parts of Queensland and Western Australia.
For a map showing the distribution of the dingo in Australia, click on the related link below and scroll down towards the bottom of the page.
Dingoes are wild dogs that live in many parts of Australia. An accurate count is difficult, as many feral domestic dogs live in the same areas and interbreed with the dingoes. Dingoes are listed as vulnerable, but not endangered. However, some estimates say there are only a few hundred pure dingoes left, while others say there are tens of thousands of them.
Well, the dingoes inhabit all of Australia, except for One of the drifted states, Tasmania. Dingoes live almost anywhere in any climate, they live in deserts, grasslands, woodlands, on the verge of forests. The dingoes would prefer to live next to forests, but unfortunately some live in the deserts because they are driven out of their own homes by humans. They cannot live anywhere without water. They can live in dens, deserted rabbit holes, or…