The World's Rarest And Most Ancient Dog Re-Discovered In New Guinea

Feared extinct, a seemingly thriving population of the New Guinea highland wild dog has been confirmed living in a remote part of the Indonesian half of the island of New Guinea. Researchers used trail cameras to document the animals and DNA analysis of biological sample to confirm that they are indeed the ancient breed of canids. 

The World's Rarest And Most Ancient Dog Re-Discovered In New Guinea
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