Why are some Dingoes growing larger?

Dingoes in some parts of Australia have grown 6-9 percent bigger over the past 80 years, but the reason for their growth may surprise you.

While the growth itself is impressive, the really interesting thing about these recorded growth spurts is that it has only been recorded in areas where poison baiting is used.

So is the use of poison baiting possibly attributing to the up sizing of one of our country’s favourite animals?

To find out more we were joined by Associate Professor Mathew Crowther from the School of Life and Environmental Sciences at Sydney University.


Fore more information you can read Professor Crowthers findings here

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