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As models get better at differentiating what is happening in places Rivers says “you might be able to put firelines around certain communities” But such measures are very controversial When Liberia last week barricaded off West Point a sprawling slum with probably more than 100000 inhabitants it drew a largely negative response “Quarantines and curfews tend to instill fear and distrust towards the whole of the outbreak response including health structures” a representative for Doctors Without Borders told Science Paul Seabright a researcher at the Toulouse School of Economics in France who has studied such measures says they are an incentive for people to keep it secret if they have had contact with a patient Liberia’s harsh actions are “the last thing this epidemic needs” he says People in West Africa will have to alter behaviors Meltzer says “We won’t stop this outbreak solely by building hospitals There will have to be a change in the way the community deals with the disease” Modeling that is easy enough Vespignani says “I can decrease the transmission at funerals by 40% easily in a model That’s one line of code But in the field that is really hard” *The Ebola Files: Given the current Ebola outbreak unprecedented in terms of number of people killed and rapid geographic spread Science and Science Translational Medicine have made a collection of research and news articles on the viral disease freely available to researchers and the general publicWhen you look at the picture above what do you see A wild dog A strangely colored wolf Or something entirely different: a dingo For centuries scientists have debated whether Australia’s native canine is its own species or merely a type of wolf or dog Now based on physical and genetic evidence a team of scientists is making the case that the dingo is a unique species that deserves protection under Australia’s federal conservation laws If they can’t convince governments and landholders the dingo may be doomed Wild dingoes live across Australia in grasslands deserts and even wetlands and forests Archaeological evidence suggests that the animal arrived on the continent at least 3500 years ago as people sailed back and forth from Asia where it first appeared then continued to evolve in isolation until the arrival of Europeans and their dogs in the late 18th century The European naturalists who first heard descriptions of the dingo believed it represented a new species of canine and gave it a species name to match: Canis dingo Domesticated dogs on the other hand are known as Canis lupus familiaris indicating that they are a subspecies of wolf (Canis lupus) But over the next 300 years scientists began to argue about what to call the dingo given the lack of early physical specimens and the fact that the original classifications were based on nothing more than a painting and description given by Australia’s first governor Arthur Phillip Dingoes have continued to change as they bred with settler dogs Today Australia’s native canine is most often referred to by scientists as C lupus dingo relegating it to a subspecies of wolf based on a notion that dingoes evolved from wolves in Asia Recent studies suggest that dingoes dogs and wolves are cousins all descended from a distant ancestor That classification left University of Sydney wildlife biologist Mathew Crowther unsatisfied given his experience studying wild dingoes He believed that conservation and management decisions were not being based on firm evidence “A dingo is a distinctive thing in Australia” identifiable by its erect ears bushy tail and neck that can arc backward into prime howling position he says Still it’s difficult to tell a dingo from a dingo-dog hybrid or even a feral dog because natural variation within dingoes is poorly understood and mating with wild dogs may have altered the genome of living dingoes Crowther explains Being able to define what a dingo is—and isn’t—is increasingly important in Australia While some scientists argue that dingoes with no dog DNA fill the important niche of apex predator in Australia’s ecosystem by eating feral cats and foxes ranchers lump dingoes feral dogs and dingo-dog hybrids into the category of pests that attack and kill valuable livestock Current policies in some jurisdictions of Australia aim to exterminate dingo-dog hybrids while conserving dingoes But without a clear definition of what distinguishes a dingo it’s hard to manage wild dingoes dingo-dog hybrids and free-roaming domestic dogs says Damian Morrant an ecologist with James Cook University Cairns who was not involved in the new study He says the work is a “baseline” for developing clear guidelines for identifying dingoes in the wild To begin sorting dingo from nondingo Crowther and his colleagues at the universities of Sydney New South Wales and Western Sydney reviewed genetic work conducted by other researchers and began tracking down pre-1900 dingo specimens which would allow them to study the species before it encountered—and mated with—domestic dogs brought by European settlers “One of our colleagues went to all the European [natural history] museums: London Paris Germany Oslo” Crowther explains The team discovered a range of coat colors on dingoes preserved in the museums: yellow brown ginger/red black and white That indicated that these colors are not the product of recent mating with dogs and that animals boasting them today can be considered pure dingoes The researchers also compared the skulls of the dingo specimens with those of wolves and similar-looking domestic dogs such as Australian cattle dogs and collies While there were overlaps the dingoes had wider and shorter skulls and no hind leg dewclaws vestigial toes that don’t touch the ground which are common among dogs and wolves the team reported online this week in the Journal of Zoology Based on these physical and genetic differences the researchers propose changing the dingo’s scientific name back to Canis dingo once again classifying it as its own species Given the contentious attitudes about dingoes as either top predators or pests as well as the uncertainty among scientists about their evolutionary past the paper will “inflame passions across the board” says Christopher Dickman a conservation ecologist at the University of Sydney who is not part of the team And so it has Although J William Ballard an evolutionary geneticist at the University of New South Wales in Sydney says the study provides a “road map for the debate” he believes the methodology is weak and the data unconvincing Still dingo specialists such as Christopher Johnson a conservation biologist and ecologist at the University of Tasmania Sandy Bay Campus welcome the work “It places the dingo on firmer biological ground as a distinct [group]” he says Crowther and his colleagues acknowledge that they’ve not yet identified “consistent and clear diagnostic features” that characterize all members of C dingo but they claim they’ve set limits on physical traits of the species And for conservation and land managers that’s a start says Euan Ritchie an ecologist at Deakin University Melbourne Burwood “If it looks like a dingo smells like a dingo and acts like a dingo is that enough” to count it as a dingo However, She handles up to 10 trips a day but on some days she breaks off after just a couple. said P S Pawar, Andy Murray (54),” Ali said.
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