A stray puppy found in Australia has captured the hearts of many due to its unique appearance and its uncertain origins. The puppy, named Wandi, was found in a backyard in the town of Wandiligong, and was taken in by the Australian Dingo Foundation.
DNA testing confirmed that Wandi is a purebred Alpine Dingo, a subspecies of the Australian Dingo that is found only in the southeastern parts of the country. The discovery of Wandi has sparked new interest in the conservation of this endangered subspecies.
Wandi’s story is a reminder of the importance of protecting and preserving the natural world, and the need to be vigilant in the face of environmental threats. The Australian Dingo is an important part of the country’s ecosystem, and the discovery of Wandi has shed new light on this often-misunderstood animal.