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Dingo fence to be built on Fraser Island after attacks on children

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A new fence is to be built around a township on Queensland’s Fraser Island after several dingo attacks on children.

The state government will spend $2m on the fence around Orchid Beach on the north-east of Fraser Island, which is also known as K’gari.

A four-year-old boy was bitten on the leg there earlier this month and a toddler was mauled in April.

In February, a nine-year-old boy was approached by a dingo at Orchid Beach before the child’s father scared the animal off.


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This just reminds me of the case involving the death of Azaria Chamberlain. That family was tormented for a couple of years before it was proven that a dingo had killed the baby. Now it's become a lot more obvious that dingeos are dangerous to children.

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