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Dingo attack: Dad saves toddler from wild dog

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An Australian man rescued his infant son from the jaws of a dingo on Friday, after a group of the wild dogs attacked their camping van in the night. The child was airlifted to a hospital with a fractured skull and puncture wounds to the back of the head.

"The parents woke up to the baby screaming and chased after him and had to fight the dingoes off to take the 14-month-old boy away," Lifeflight pilot Frank Bertoli told local media on Friday.

"He was grabbed around the back of the neck area and dragged away, so if it wasn't for the parents and their quick thinking and fighting off the dingoes, he probably would have had more severe injuries."

https://edition.cnn.com/2019/04/19/australia/dad-saves-child-from-dingo-intl/index.html

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-australia-47985987

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Sir Wearer of Hats

God I feel for that family.
But....
THIS IS WHY YOU DON'T FEED THE ****ING WILD ANIMALS PEOPLE.
And now rangers will need to go off and cull some dingoes for following their natural instinct because dip**** humans cannot follow a simple instruction. 
Are you happy people? Feeding the "cute dogs" for photo opportunities could have led to the death of a child.

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Oniomancer

So for once, a dingo _didn't_ eat someone's baby...

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Impedancer

" Dingo took my baby "

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