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Synonyms for dingo

wolflike yellowish-brown wild dog of Australia

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The Environment Department said on Saturday morning they were yet to find the dingoes responsible but 40 rangers had been dispatched to search and patrol the campsites.
There is evidence that predation by Aborigines and Dingoes kept Koala numbers very low prior to European settlement (Strahan and Martin 1982; Menkhorst 1995).
Ms Morris choked back tears as she delivered her verdict: "A dingo or dingoes entered the tent, took Azaria and carried her from the area.
"What occurred on 17th August, 1980, was that shortly after Mrs Chamberlain placed Azaria in the tent, a dingo or dingoes entered the tent, took Azaria and carried and dragged her from the immediate area," Morris said.
'Like humans', writes Parkhurst, 'dingoes are tactile animals and appreciate the comfort of touch.
For the study, the researchers put domesticated dogs and dingoes through a problem-solving test known as "the detour task."
He also talked about the forthcoming high-profile match between the Magpies and the Middle EastAAEs first footy club, Dubai Dingoes, for the second Steve OAAEConnor Trophy on February 6 at the ABA rugby ground from 3pm.
The teacher will choose two students from the sidelines to be dingoes. These two students will tape an index card onto their shirts as identification.
Wild dogs known as dingoes live in Australia now, but biologists have long debated where these canines first arose.
Just when we're praying that our heroine will leave her useless companion to be dragged off by dingoes, they band together to survive their ordeal and become intimate, and she suddenly becomes all warm and girly.
Dingoes roam the rocky outcrops as the calls of shore birds echo behind the heath-covered dunes.
At least 28 dingoes have been killed since the cull began.
TWO British backpackers were attacked by dingoes just three days after a nine-year-old boy was mauled to death at the same resort.