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Dingo Behavior


Dingos are social, living in packs of up to 20 animals. They are opportunistic feeders and hunt alone or in packs. Dingos are most active at dawn and dusk. Dingos eat rabbits, rodents, birds, lizards, fruits, and plants. They have a keen sense of smell. Dingos communicate by a distinctive yelp or howl.