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This is my keynote about Dingoes.

This is my keynote about Dingoes.

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Jades Keynote.. Jades Keynote.. Presentation Transcript

  • Dingo!!!
  • Dingo!!! An australian unique animal..
  • An australian unique animal..
  • What is a Dingo?
  • What is a Dingo? Dingoes are found in australia (except tasmania. It is a wild form of the domestic dog. Dingoes are mammals. Dingoes like to hunt and eat alone or in pairs. Dingoes have a clearly defined home.
  • What is a Dingo?
  • What is the history of the Dingoes?
  • What is the history of the Dingoes? 1 theory Dingoes were brought to australia 15000 years ago by Aboriginal people 2 theory Dingoes may have been related to semi wild dogs found throughout south east asia, and brought to australia by sea farers who used them for trade or for eating.
  • 1 theory Dingoes were brought to australia 15000 years ago by Aboriginal people 2 theory Dingoes may have been related to semi wild dogs found throughout south east asia, and brought to australia by sea farers who used them for trade or for eating.
  • What does the dingo look like?
  • What does the dingo look like? The dingo is short haired. Color ranges from ginger rust, yellow to brown and rarely to black. The Dingo has a quite bushy tail. It has strong claws and with erect ears. The Dingo does not bark but it does howl.
  • The dingo is short haired. Color ranges from ginger rust, yellow to brown and rarely to black. The Dingo has a quite bushy tail. It has strong claws and with erect ears. The Dingo does not bark but it does howl.
  • What is the habitat of a Dingo?
  • What is the habitat of a Dingo? The Dingo can be found in almost any part of australia where you can be provided with water. (It needs to drink at least 1 times a day!) Because of the need for water it likes to live on the edge of the forest but are forced inland to more semi-arid areas (mainly by man)
  • What is the habitat of a Dingo?
  • What do dingoes eat?
  • What do dingoes eat? Dingoes are carnivores (which are animals that eat meat) They usually hunt at night time. Dingoes eat mostly what mammals eat but they also eat insects and reptiles. The size of there pray would range from the size of small rodents and rabbits, lizards, sheep, and kangaroos.
  • What do dingoes eat?
  • Adaptive features!
  • Adaptive features! They have sharp claws to climb trees (which most australian animals do) They have 1 layer of fur if they are in a warm climate, 2 layers if they are in a cold climate so they adapt to the weather. Dingoes howl instead of bark so they can warn others to stay away. They also have 3 different types of howls: moans, bark/howls, and snuffs they utilize this howling for long distance communicatons to catch attention of pack members and rivals.
  • Adaptive features!
  • More about Dingoes adaptions.
  • More about Dingoes adaptions. They have also adapted to living with harsh conditions Dingoes have adapted by able to survive with a little amount of water. They have sharp teeth for killing their prey so they can survive. Also about their coat if it is hot it will be short if it is cold it will be a long coat.
  • More about Dingoes adaptions.
  • Interesting information.
  • Interesting information. Dingoes live up to 10 years in the wild. Dingoes can have up to 8 babies People have thought that Dingoes have descended from wild asian dogs. The Dingoes had come to australia about 4000-6000 years ago. Dingoes are different colours this determines where it lives. Golden yellow dingoes are found in sandy areas while darker black dingoes live in the forest.
  • Interesting information.
  • Photos.
  • Photos.
  • Photos.
  • Photos.
  • These are Dingoes when they are little.
  • These are Dingoes when they are little.
  • The end... Hope you enjoyed it!