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I would urge anyone with information about Dingo to please contact me.
One of the British tourists, identified only as Katherine, was bitten on the legs and buttocks after she fell while the dingo was chasing her.
Although the dingo appears to have a Southeast Asian origin, [it] most closely resembles Indian dogs.
I woke up and there was a dingo there chewing at my sleeping bag.
Odd, then, that he is so fast to rush to judgment over Iran's alleged interference in Bahrain, for which there is rather less evidence than that which stacked up against Bin Laden or the dingo.
Her jumpsuit was found days later near a dingo lair.
Lindy served three years after she was found guilty of slashing her baby's throat and making it look like a dingo attack.
She and her ex-husband Michael are hoping fresh evidence they have gathered about dingo attacks on children will convince coroner Elizabeth Morris and end relentless speculation that has followed them for 32 years.
LINDY Chamberlain claimed a dingo took her baby Azaria and killed it while she and husband Michael were camping near Ayers Rock (Uluru) in Northern Territory, Australia.
Brisbane, Australia, July 20, 2011 - (ABN Newswire) - Bandanna Energy Limited (ASX:BND), through its wholly owned subsidiary Dingo West Coal Pty Ltd is pleased to announce that it has formally applied for a Mining Lease on EPC 881, known as Dingo West.
Research at AWC's Wongalara Sanctuary in the Northern Territory--formerly a cattle station that baited dingoes--has revealed that in the absence of baiting, dingo activity increases and cat activity decreases.