Deadly Australians -Dingo




Deadly Australians -Dingo




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Deadly Australians -Dingo https://www.theland.com.au/story/3956459/wild-dog-pack-dynamics-best-left-to-nature/
“Dingo bitches”
DINGOE BITCHES! HAHAHA
Dingos victimized for 200 years??? No wonder Australia has problems not only with the feral dogs but also from idiots that think the dingo is some sort of national treasure to be protected. Same idiots here in USA.
No dogs are not native to Australia.
The early people brought them and the dogs went feral.
Australia is all about managing invasive species but yet they say dingos need to be protected
why. if a feral hog or cat is not welcome why should a dingo.
feral cats and dingos both arrived at about the same time.
also Indian dogs look just like dingos
No dogs are not native to Australia.
The early people brought them and the dogs went feral.
Australia is all about managing invasive species but yet they say dingos need to be protected
why. if a feral hog or cat is not welcome why should a dingo.
feral cats and dingos both arrived at about the same time.
also Indian dogs look just like dingos
Well actually they're the same species as wolves, a subspecies; Canis lupis dingo.
So if they're so "Deadly" (media's attempt to sell their video) consider the fact that a Queensland Heeler (AKA Australian Cattle Dog) is part Dingo, Kelpie and Dalmatian.
*Canis lups familiaris

and Canis lupus dingo
How do I buy a copy, please?
good vid, and some 80's titties at 1:23.
By acknowledging the danger they pose to humans and RESPECTING the fact that they ARE wild animals, humans can avoid the kind of unfortunate interactions...and actually protect the dingo from human overreaction.
For all its good points, video does a great injustice by practically, subtly (although not outright) inferring that a dingo did NOT take Azaria. They should have better information.. it was PROVEN (eventually) that a dingo most certainly DID take that baby. While we don't need to go out and slaughter the dingoes, and like most wild animals I'm sure they'd rather stay away from us and attacks are probably fairly rare..it does them no justice to deny that they do attack.(see more next comment)
Very good video , filled with information about dingos.