‘Extinct’ Mountain Dogs Are Rediscovered In The Wild For The First Time In 50 Years

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The New Guinea highland wild dog hasn’t been seen for more than 50 years and was thought to be extinct. That is, until a recent sighting of them in their natural island habitat on the South Pacific island.

The New Guinea highland wild dog is thought to be the rarest species of canine and is a close relative to the famous singing dogs of New Guinea, and may also be an ancestor of domesticated dogs.

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