The Dingo´s Strength | Nature - Planet Doc Full Documentaries




The Dingo´s Strength | Nature - Planet Doc Full Documentaries




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The Dingo´s Strength | Nature - Planet Doc Full Documentaries Pull this crap off, it’s nothing bud misled information from kangaroos to continental shift to our native dingo.
But let’s get one thing straight people... if aboriginal artefact that dates back 28,000 years depicts dingoes existence living alongside our indigenous people... why is this continuously ignored.
It is possible through Eddie Mabos proof of ancestory dating back 60,000 years throughout his land ownership trials that he may have also provided some evidence of dingos existence dating back as far as that. Not that dingoes were a focus of his evidence but.... if they can be proven 28,000 years ago then there is a bloody good chance that Eddie may have unknowingly included proof of their existence back then.
Information on Eddie Mabo’s trial and accurate information on evidence is a little scarce.
What? The dingo wiped the Tasmanian Devil? Crap! Europeans did. Turned this off after 1:17.. Or maybe this show is meant to take the piss out documentaries. I mean a marsupial wolf? Who has heard of such a thing, all wolves are mammals. Hahaha, i get the joke - not.
why is this only 3 mins long?
This is fucking rubbish
Humans hunted the Thylacine to extinction in Tasmania! Dingoes don't even exist in Tasmania! This is garbage!
This video sucks
dingos are not dor and not wolfs they are classed as something different plus dingos are all over australia not just taz
I actually captured a thylacine about a month ago. I kp it in my basement with hardly no food and very little water. At first He was cool lookin but now he s super skinny and doesnt move around very much anymore, he doesnt breathe very much nowadays either, i think he s lazy
Lots of misinformation here. All dogs are in the same species as the gray wolf (Canis lupus), having started living with people some 30,000 years ago. The dingo arrived in Australia with people some 5,000 years ago, and eventually began living on its own. Arguably, the dingo did contribute to the extinction of the thylacine on mainland Australia at that time through competition. However, the dingo never made it to Tasmania, which could be why the thylacine persisted there until people persecuted the thylacine to extinction in the 1930s. That's the information that should be in this documentary, not this confusing stuff.
"Led to the extinction of the marsupial wolf" No, that would be farmers and hunters whom shot, trapped, and poisoned them to extinction.
These facts are soo off she says the dingo arrive 3000 years ago staight after the thyralice well the fricken thyralice died out in the early 19 hundreds
My favourite animal is a dingo
Thisnis the biggest pile of bullshit. Who did your research!!! Crap.
There is no way that dingo footage is in tazzi.more like w.a or the territory.
I am so disappointed! How did this documentary get the go ahead? There is barely a true fact in the entire film! Utter rubbish and pro farmer propaganda!
lol they know nothing ....
This is absolute rubbish; dingoes have never been found on Tasmania; where did you get this information from? bubble gum wrappers?
This is a false, misleading documentary.........
Who researched  this??????