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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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We at the RSPCA had a number of concerns regarding the decision to put dingoes on the island in the first place, Mr Townend said.
Other photos of dingoes feeding attest to the variety in their diet, from small mammals, fish, and carrion (including turtles washed up on the beach), to fruit such as mango, coconut and pandanus.
Thus, dingoes have evolved more "wild" features and instincts that distinguish them from other dogs.
AoThe stakes are also high as a victory for us will ensure a berth in the final of the first AFL Middle East League while a defeat will give an opportunity for the Dingoes to go to the final,Ao he added.
Look at the graphs again: How did the results change when dingoes were added to the game?
In their investigation, Peter Savolainen of the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and his colleagues analyzed comparable sections of DNA from 211 dingoes as well as from domestic dogs and ancient bones found at archaeological sites in Polynesia.
Lindy has always maintained that dingoes killed her baby as the family camped at Ayers Rock, Australia, 20 years ago.
The state earlier rejected pleas from Aborigines and conservationists to halt the killing of the dingoes.
The beast which attacked her was killed yesterday as game rangers hunted down dingoes on the island.
Packs of dingoes roam many parts of Australia, but there is only one other case in modern times of the animals killing humans.
95, includes four adventure-filled episodes of "The Wild Thornberrys," including "Koality and Kuantity," "Dances with Dingoes," "Reef Grief" and "Pal Joey.
Dingoes are not Dogs Budburra Books, 2011 unpaged $22.