Australian animals

January 4, 2007 2:31pm CST
A Dingo is a wild form of the domestic dog, found in Australia. The dingo has a short-haired coat, usually yellowish in color, but sometimes white, black, brown, or rust; a bushy tail; erect ears; and a sharp muzzle. In size it is between the wolf and the jackal, about 120 cm (about 47 in) long and about 50 cm (about 20 in) tall at the shoulder.
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@miryam (6507)
• Italy
4 Jan 07
I see a dingo in tv.My father have a dog similar, but was a dog, is beufifuul, but selvatics, I think I'm like rto have one pets of 1 month and take whith me......but, if similar a dog, change??? or not
• Romania
4 Jan 07
i like kangaroo.A lamfaroo is any of several large animals of the MAcropdidae, a marsupial familu that also includes the wallabies, tree-kangaroos, wallaroos,pademelons and the Quokkam sine 63 species in all.Kangaroos are endemic to the continent of Australia, while tree-kangaroos are foun on both Australia and New Guineea. The term kangaroo is sometimes used in a broader sense to refer to all members of the macropod familly ,but is generally reserved for the three largest macropods, namely the red kangaroo, the eastern adn western grey kangaroo of themacropus genus.Smaller macropods are called wallabies, while some intermediate in size are called wallaroos. link :