The Dingo Didn’t Eat My Baby

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Contrary to common belief, these magnificent creatures live on a majorly vegetarian diet. Funny enough they poop onto of a very spike-y plant which you can’t touch without getting little bits of razor sharp branch in your skin, this plant is called a spinifex and makes up 1/5 (20%) of Australia’s plant population said our tour guide Lou. It is a mystery how the dingo actually poops on top of such a painful plant.

This photo was taken at Ormiston Gorge (McDonnell Ranges, NT, Australia), which is a reliable water source in the dry season (winter), meaning that the wildlife is often active in this region. Of course we were extra lucky to spot a Rock Wallaby! (shown below)

Rock Wallaby

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The Monastery Dog

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This is another dog that was seen on the India trip. A very unique dog who lived at one of the Monasteries. He/She would sit in the sun at the top of the Monastery building. No sense of fear did it feel. Magnificent isn’t it?

It was really cool how they were so gentile, yet they had no owner. They were fed regularly by the villagers but this one was especially fed by the monks. It reminds me of red dog.

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