Hunting Wild Dogs in Australia

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Published on Nov 29, 2013

These are wild dogs, they are descendants of dumped, lost and stray dogs that are now living wild in the Australian bush.
They are a declared pest animal as they take a heavy toll on the native fauna and farming livestock. They carry a bounty of $100 per dog.
They have now almost wiped out the native Dingo which is a smaller more timid animal. These dogs are aggressive and very territorial.
I use this to my advantage by imitating the howl of another dog, they come out of the forest to investigate if I am friend or foe.

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