Singing Dog, Long Presumed Extinct, Found in Wild

Everyone loves a singing dog. And it turns out, one that was thought to be extinct in the wild isn’t. So, more singing dogs for everybody. A pack of New Guinea singing dogs were spotted in the wild in Indonesia last week, meaning, the species is doing better than scientists feared.

And what does the singing dogs sound like? We kinda wish you didn’t ask, but ya did, so…

Scientists are hoping to use the DNA from this pack to help grow the species back into existence.


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