posted on Jun, 12 2012 @ 02:18 AM
I’m an Aussie and been around dingo’s... watched their habits and watched how they work together..... I also know they steal.
One or more can distract a subject (look, I’m cute, watch me) while the other takes off with food or your bag.
If a dingo was hungry, it would have no hesitation to enter a campsite and go into a tent to steal whatever it could get its mouth around – even an
On Fraser island a few years ago a dingo stood in front of me and then rolled over, at the same time another dingo took my bag with keys wallet
‘everything I needed’ inside of it, it was not food that attracted the dingo to my bag, just the possibility that the bag contained something it
might want.... I ran for 2 clicks after the dingo, through heavy bushland, lost sight of it, thought I had lost everything, then heard it trying to
rip the bag apart – it saw me and took off leaving the bag behind.... when I got back the local tour guides stated that no one ever tracks down a
dingo... so maybe I was just lucky?
Only the people that have no idea what they are capable of say they could not have done it.