An exploratory analysis of landscape-level effects on wild dog home ranges and core areas : a case study at Kosciuszko National Park, and Bago and Maragle State Forest
Wild dogs in Australia comprise both purebred dingoes and dingo/domestic dog hybrids. Wil d dogs are widespread across mainland Australia including the south eastern region and still maintain the role of top order predator and trophic regulator. Although they are protected in many National Parks as native species and important ecosystem regulators they are also considered to be pests in rural areas where they spread di sease and prey on small cattle and sheep. This dichotomy of...[Show more]
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