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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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com) lists 34 attachments available for the Dingo, including augers, a backhoe, buckets, trenchers and ground preparation equipment.
has beefed up its compact utility loader (CUL) line with the new diesel-powered TX 525 Dingo Wide Track.
As KMW already had its production lines up and running (and the Dingo vehicle is based on the standard Mercedes-Benz Unimog chassis) they seemed best situated to meet the demanding three-month timetable.
has found that at least one genetic marker present in dingos and other primitive dogs is missing in the Carolina dog.
Vivid pictures of the barren, drought-stricken, ruined landscape recur in all the narratives, as dingo heroes attempt to return from white man's captivity to their ancestral homes, only to find a wasteland--literally and figuratively.
However, as the Nyala is an older design model, they do not provide the same level of protection as the newer Dingos.