Dingo (wild dog) is generally described as a unique Australian wild dog. Modern Dingo can be found in Southeast Asia (primarily found in rural areas), and in Australia (especially in the north). They have common characteristics with wolves and modern dogs.
As a predator, Dingo has an important role in Australian ecosystems. Because of their attack on cattle, Dingoes and other wild dogs are often considered as pests. The method used to control the Dingo usually contrary to Dingo conservation efforts.
Most modern Dingo is also a descendant of any other domestic dog. Over the last few decades, Dingo classified as a rare dog.