Rangers caught the dingo and put it down with lethal injection.
Georgina stepped in between the dingo and her baby sister just before their mother was able to scare the dingo away.
At the time, the dingo was semi-domesticated and is believed to be the common ancestor of all breeds today.
Although it is rare, dingo attacks on humans have been known to occur.
Primitive man brought the dingo to Australia around 15,000 years ago.
So, then he of the tight coat and cocked-hat was a king—King “dingo Bingo!”
In that garden I also saw the wild Australian dog—the dingo.
Fortunately water was close to hand, that is to say three miles away, in a creek since named “dingo Creek.”
You only shot once at the dingo—there are two chambers empty in this revolver.
Probably enough, the cruiser may have picked up a pilot, who knew all about King dingo Bingo and his slave-factory.
1789, Native Australian name, from Dharruk (language formerly spoken in the area of Sydney) /din-go/ "tame dog," though the English used it to describe wild Australian dogs. Bushmen continue to call the animal by the Dharruk term /warrigal/ "wild dog."
A hobo; tramp: One dingo got a dollar
[1920s+ Hoboes; related to the hobo sense of ding and probably ultimately to the 17th-century British slang ding-boy, ''rogue, sharper'']