Role of the Dingo in our Ecosystem

Role of the Dingo in our Ecosystem

Dingo role in our ecosystem

In 1811, during Australia’s agricultural expansion, the first bounty was placed on the native dingo in an attempt to eradicate the species.

“The effects reverberated throughout Australia’s ecosystems: the removal of the dingo, the top order predator, lead to the explosion of herbivore populations, more poisons, the establishment of introduced species and destabilising of the native ecosystem.”

Read more here: https://theconversation.com/how-australia-made-poisoning-animals-normal-107004/

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