Posted by: Sandy Steinman | November 23, 2020

Singing Dogs Re-emerge From Extinction for Another Tune

The New York Times reports

The New Guinea Singing Dog, a dingo-like animal with a unique howling style, was considered extinct in the wild. But scientists reported Monday that the dogs live on, based on DNA collected by an intrepid and indefatigable field researcher.

Read story and hear the dogs “sing” at Singing Dogs Re-emerge From Extinction for Another Tune – The New York Times


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