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iNGO - Dingo

ANiMOZ #003

Code: iNGO

Common name: Dingo

Taxonomy: Canis lupus dingo

Level: APEX | Form: PREDATOR


Overcomes: Fire



When your food comes from species like GiGA and RUFUS, you need to have superpowers that allow you to keep up! One of iNGO’s special traits is the ability to keep chasing for extended periods. iNGO hunts in packs, and can cover huge expanses of land as he chases his speedy prey.


Although her Stamina superpower can keep her going for long distances, another key Power for iNGO is Family. By hunting in packs, other members of their family can take over if the lead iNGO begins to tire during a long chase. Family doesn’t only help in hunts though - iNGO uses the structure of their social unit for protection, learning behaviour and breeding. The loss of one member, particularly an adult, from an iNGO family can have a disastrous impact on the future of their population, making this an important - and fragile - Superpower.



If iNGO finds himself in a Clash against a Venom species, he’s in trouble. Whilst capable of defending himself sometimes, or even preying on some venomous creatures, the Clash will always go to the opponent in gameplay.


Aside from venomous animals, not many creatures can resist when iNGO is on the prowl. But should she find herself face to face with STONi in a Clash, it’s another immediate loss...

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Species Report: iNGO the Dingo

By Ranger Tessa - ANiMOZ Ecologist | February 16, 2022

The Australian Dingo (Canis lupus dingo) is iNGO – an Apex Predator from the ANiMOZ Scrub BiOME! iNGO arrived in Australia on boats with Indonesian seafarers sometime between 8000-4000 years ago and are most closely related to the New Guinea Singing Dog They live in family groups and are an important part of the ecosystems …

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From the Field: Ranger Zali talks about iNGO!

By HeadRanger | January 12, 2022

From the Field: Headquarters speaks to real-life Rangers working to save ANiMOZ species like iNGO the Dingo! In our From the Field series, we talk to people working across Australia to save the many animals you know from the World of ANiMOZ. Today, we hear from Ranger Zali from the Australian Dingo Foundation!   Ranger …

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