Author 'Boucher Marc dit de Meilh' (Id 99939 ) : DINGO: Wild Dog of Australia which was domesticated. These dogs have been introduced by humans for at least four thousand years. Left free, they were crossed with wild dogs, which led the population canis, dogs, to become wild. There are populations of Canis dingo lapus not only in Australia but in South-Eastern Asia as well. (These dogs are not particularly aggressive except hounds during a hunt organized primarily for food and maintaining a vital subsistence, perennial ...) Hanmeil.