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Dingo - Wild Dog at War

(2012)54mTV-PG
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The dingo, Australias native dog, is a lightning rod of public opinion: hated, feared, respected and loved. To some, theyre evil: stealing babies and destroying livestock. To others, theyre a persecuted animal thats key to the health of our ecosystem and part of the solution to the invasion of exotic species. Farmer and dog trainer Dave Graham is on a quest to find a way for man and dingo to coexist as the survival of purebred dingoes and native fauna hangs in the balance.
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