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Study: Dingo skull resistant to change from cross breeding with dogs - UNSW Science for society

A UNSW study published today in Evolutionary Biology has found the dingo skull shape remains unchanged by hybridisation, overturning long-held fears that cross breeding may result in the loss of the predator’s ecological niche.

“We know that cross breeding has an effect on the dingo gene pool but what we didn’t know until now is whether cross breeding changes the dingo skull,” said study lead author Dr William Parr, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at UNSW Medicine’s Surgical and Orthopaedic Research Laboratory.

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