четвртак, 25. октобар 2007.


Dingos may have been brought to the country by Australian aborigines who traded with Indian traders. Aborigines kept dingos in their camps and the dogs hunted with the men. In Aboriginal languages, 'dingo' is warrigal, maliki, noggum, boolomo or mirigung.

Some people spell the plural of dingo as 'dingoes', others spell it 'dingos'. Both are OK!

A dingo is a wild dog.

Dingos are covered with blue & white squares

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