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The New Guinea Singing Dogs (Canis lupus hallstromi) is related to the Australian dingo but has been isolated from other species for 6,000 years.
New Guinea Singing Dogs, a rare breed, howl a single note, and when several "sing" together in different pitches, it's said they sound like a barbershop quartet.
The limited comprehension of New Guinea singing dogs suggests that household canines progressively evolved the understanding of cues from people over the long history of the two species' domestic partnership, according to Brian Hare of the Max Planck Institute in Leipzig, Germany.