I apologise if this thread does not belong here, or if a similar thread has been posted before (I am not sure that I have seen any); if possible, I would like some help with knowing the status of the following animals in captivity in regard to them being hybrids. -Scottish Wildcat: I know that all of the specimens in captivity (and, probably, in existence) are hybrids with feral cats; how 'pure' are those that are alive in captivity? -Arctic Wolf: Apparently most (if not all) specimens show signs of hybridisation with domestic dogs; have any zoos had theirs DNA tested for this? -Dingo: Apparently the entire wild population (including the supposedly pure population on Fraser Island) has been contaminated by the genetic contributions of escaped/roaming domestic dogs; is the captive population much different in this respect? -Lady Amherst's Pheasant: I am convinced that all of the specimens present in captivity in Eurasia, North America and Australasia are Golden-LA's hybrids; I certainly haven't found anything to make me doubt this (pure specimens have blue 'teardrop' marks; those that are said to be pure have yellow 'teardrop' marks; indicating hybridisation). Does anyone know if there have been specimens that are definitely pure that have been wild-caught in their home range and exported elsewhere (if this is even legal outside Australasia)? -Red Junglefowl: It has been all but confirmed that pure-bred specimens are extinct (in the wild and in captivity), but are there any facilities that hold 'mostly pure' specimens? I apologise if none of these questions can be answered with much confidence.