Stage 1: Pup- In this stage, the dingo starts to adapt to its surroundings.
Stage 2: Dog- When the dingo is a dog, it learns to hunt and becomes more vicious.
Stage 3: Adulthood- When the dingo reaches this stage, it finds a mate and builds a family of it's own.
The dingo comes into heat just once yearly. Mating season depends on the seasonal conditions. In Australia, the mating season is in March and April. Males and females often pair off when they are three years old. They form small packs in which the dominant pair only will breed. The female will kill any pups from other females in her pack. Dogs in the pack will help to care for the young.
The pups will start to leave the den at 3 weeks, and by 8 weeks, they totally abandon the den to live with the pack. In that period of time, they are moved frequently to different den sites. The mother and some of the pack members will bring back food for the pups, encouraging them to eat and drink, until they accompany the adults on hunting trips, around 3-4 months old.
That guy was incorrect. The lifecycle is Infancy and then Adulthood- it's that easy, look it up.
The dingo is a dog so the life cycle of the dingo is the same as that for a dog.
The way they are born and all of there life
I am 9 doing a school life cycle on dingo s but this is crap ha ha ha