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Camp dogs getting bigger, more dangerous

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posted on Mar, 31 2010 @ 05:53 PM
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Camp dogs getting bigger, more dangerous


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A Northern Territory shire council says a new, more dangerous breed of camp dog has developed in remote communities around the Territory.
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posted on Mar, 31 2010 @ 05:53 PM
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There have been icnreasing incidents involving packs of wild dogs in AUstralia that thrive in National Parks. Since they are living in the Parks farmers are unable to control them and the rangers either don't have the resources or inclination to tackle them.

It is fascinating and vaguely disturbing to see this trend in this type of wild dog that lives in the commuities in the North.


The chief executive of Roper Gulf shire, Michael Berto, says camp dogs are in some cases getting more vicious because of inter-breeding with hunting dogs.


Are we unwittingly creating future super predators? Some of these domestic breeds have been bred for intelligence and then interbred with dangerous hunting dogs sounds like a recipe for trouble.

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