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==Nomenclature==
 
==Nomenclature==
The dingo has several names in both scientific and non-scientific literature, of which the word ''dingo'' is the most common term. Furthermore, on the Australian continent, the term ''wild dog'' is now used very often in both areas. In most cases this term includes dingoes, dingo-hybrids, and all other feral dogs.<ref name="canid">{{cite web|author=Laurie Corbett|year=2004|publisher=[[International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources]]|url=http://www.carnivoreconservation.org/files/actionplans/canids.pdf|title=Dingo|work=Canids: Foxes, Wolves, Jackals and Dogs|accessdate=8 April 2009}}</ref><ref>Since interbreeding of dingoes and other domestic dogs is regarded as widespread, occasionally hard to detect, and because no distinguishing feature is regarded as completely reliable, it is not clear whether the observed dogs are dingoes or not. Furthermore in some topics there is no distinction made between dingoes and other domestic dogs. Due to these problems the article will only use the terms "dingo" and "dingo-hybrid" (respectively "dingo-crossbreed") when the used literature named the respective dogs as such. Otherwise the terms dog or wild dog have been taken over from the used literature.</ref>
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Nick Valeriano smells verys bad The dingo has several names in both scientific and non-scientific literature, of which the word ''dingo'' is the most common term. Furthermore, on the Australian continent, the term ''wild dog'' is now used very often in both areas. In most cases this term includes dingoes, dingo-hybrids, and all other feral dogs.<ref name="canid">{{cite web|author=Laurie Corbett|year=2004|publisher=[[International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources]]|url=http://www.carnivoreconservation.org/files/actionplans/canids.pdf|title=Dingo|work=Canids: Foxes, Wolves, Jackals and Dogs|accessdate=8 April 2009}}</ref><ref>Since interbreeding of dingoes and other domestic dogs is regarded as widespread, occasionally hard to detect, and because no distinguishing feature is regarded as completely reliable, it is not clear whether the observed dogs are dingoes or not. Furthermore in some topics there is no distinction made between dingoes and other domestic dogs. Due to these problems the article will only use the terms "dingo" and "dingo-hybrid" (respectively "dingo-crossbreed") when the used literature named the respective dogs as such. Otherwise the terms dog or wild dog have been taken over from the used literature.</ref>
   
 
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