Canis lupus dingo.
We have 2 male and 4 female Dingoes. It is believed that the Dingo originated in Asia somewhere in an area that we now refer to as China, and they have been in Australia for approximately 18,000 years.
They have spread all over Australia, except for Tasmania. In wilderness areas Dingoes form packs of up to 12 and usually only the dominant pair breeds. Dingoes will eat carrion or kill buffalo, kangaroos, wallabies, rabbits, birds, geese, frogs, fish, insects, and native berries and fruits.
Our Dingoes have a huge enclosure with a pool, caves and places to explore, but they like to talk to people, so you can see them easily.
It is becoming more and more evident that the presence of Dingoes in an area excludes feral cats, foxes and rabbits and therefore protects the smaller marsupials who are in danger of extinction.