Fraser Island is a home to a variety of mammals and the most popular would be the dingoes (pretty sure you’ll be seeing a pack of dingoes in one of your day tours). It has been said that the breed in this place is one of the purest surviving species in Australia since they were introduced sometime 3,000-8,000 years ago.
On this island, dingoes have bushy tails and pricked ears. Normally, their colour is golden sand – most of them have black markings on their back and tails, and white markings on their tail tips, feet and chest.
They may look very thin when placed near the domestic dogs, but this doesn’t mean that they are starving because they do have a good appetite. However, you must never, ever give food to any dingo you see on Fraser Island!
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