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Two Dingoes Puzzle Details:

About: Today we're going to Australia to see some cute dingoes. The dingo's habitat covers most of Australia, but they are absent in the southeast and Tasmania, and an area in the southwest. Dingoes usually live in packs. A dingo pack usually consists of a mated pair, their offspring from the current year, and sometimes offspring from the previous year. Dingoes usually remain in one area and do not undergo seasonal migrations.They generally avoid conflict with humans, but they are large enough to be dangerous.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 13/May/2020

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