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Dingos behaving badly

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Created by djt91184 30 days ago, 19 Apr 2019
djt91184
QLD, 1211 posts
19 Apr 2019 11:50AM
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Been lots of negative interactions with humans and dingos on Fraser I lately, the last population of pure dingos in Australia.
Should humans back off and let the dingos have the island?

Razzonater
1833 posts
19 Apr 2019 10:41AM
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We should remove humans from Fraser breed up the stock get a healthy sustainable population.
have one restraint on the island and cook the dingoes and serve them to tourists as a delicacy.

BiterKoi
WA, 13 posts
19 Apr 2019 11:17AM
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dingoes are the boat people of the canine world and came here from indonesia, probably on boats.

send them home.

theDoctor
NSW, 4730 posts
19 Apr 2019 3:02PM
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A dingo took my bay bee

Rails
QLD, 1153 posts
19 Apr 2019 3:24PM
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djt91184 said..
Been lots of negative interactions with humans and dingos on Fraser I lately, the last population of pure dingos in Australia.
Should humans back off and let the dingos have the island?


The tourists think it is cool to feed them despite the signs, changes their behaviour and creates dangerous situations

should definitely ban the tourists

ka43
NSW, 2821 posts
19 Apr 2019 4:44PM
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A toddler has been attacked and dragged by dingos on Fraser Island Thursday night. Dad rescued him after hearing his cries. Flown to Brissy with a fractured skull and deep lacerations to his head.

djt91184
QLD, 1211 posts
19 Apr 2019 6:04PM
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No joke

Crusoe
QLD, 864 posts
20 Apr 2019 3:53PM
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There will probably have to be a public apology by Scomo to Lindy after this Last dingo attack. Surely this must remove any doubt from people's minds that a dingo did take Azaria. I would love to see all the TV personalities who did the 'Trial by Media' on Lindy get on National TV and admit they were wrong. Fat F#$king chance. So it will have to up to Scomo to do it.

Haircut
QLD, 6284 posts
22 Apr 2019 11:51PM
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Last night we saw a dingo in the Ayers Rock campsite, it was casually walking around as we were trying to find a site amongst the hundred campers.

No warning signs or anything about dingos here. No one appeared concerned about it, and it wasn't fussed about the campers

Driving through Qld was like a slaughterhouse of dead anything over the road, but as soon as we entered the NT there was barely a living or dead animal anywhere, not even birds?? The dingo was the first animal we saw. Have the indiginous eaten everything that moves in the northern territory?

TonyAbbott
184 posts
24 Apr 2019 8:22AM
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We are allowed to feed gws, why not dingos?

babies are not the dingos natural prey, they don't even like the taste. Most attacks are by mistake. Land is where they live......,



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