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dingo

Australian wild dog (Canis antarticas, C. dingo), 20 inches high, 30 inches long, and weight 50 lb, whole colored yellow, sable, red. Large pricked ears. Predatory on sheep flocks and calves, possibly small humans.
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A fourth inquest, which considered fresh information about dingo attacks, finally found that nine-week-old Azaria had been dragged from her tent by one of the wild dogs.
The most recent inquest heard new evidence of dingo attacks, including three child deaths.
Sceptics doubted a dingo would be strong enough to carry a baby.
Bandanna Energy Managing Director, Dr Ray Shaw commented "This is a significant milestone for the Dingo West Project and Bandanna.
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A coroner initially found that a dingo had taken Azaria, but her mother, Lindy Chamberlain, was later charged with her murder.
Her mother, Lindy Chamberlain, was convicted of murdering her infant but later released from prison and cleared of the crime after fresh evidence supported her claim that a dingo took the child.
The infant's mother Lindy was convicted of murdering her daughter, but later cleared of the crime after fresh evidence supported the claim a dingo had snatched the child from a campsite near Uluru, formerly known as Ayers Rock.
The seven-year-old survivor of a dingo attack is surrounded by medical personnel after arriving by helicopter at Hervey Bay from Fraser Island A Fraser Island dingo
I think the time is right to move in to extradite and penalise the dingo that took Lindy Chamberlain's baby (pronounced "dingaw" and "baaybee").
But yesterday a coroner finally ruled Lindy and Michael Chamberlain's nine-week-old daughter Azaria WAS snatched by a dingo during a family camping trip to the Australian Outback.