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THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE
Number 42, July 27, 1998

Stalking Dingoes

Courtesy of Tom Creasing
hobbyt@hevanet.com

Special to The Libertarian Enterprise

         Hungry dingoes near the central Queensland [Australia] coast are stalking neigborhoods in their hunt for food.
         Rockhampton Deputy Mayor Jom Rundel said the wild dogs from the Mount Archer National Park on the city's eastern boundary were causing alarm in nearby suburbs. The packs of dingoes are wandering through neighborhoods in search of food, but the people living there are powerless to do anything.
         "You can't bait within two kilometers of a residence ... you can't shoot in a residential area," Rundel told the country's ABC radio.
         "Plus with the gun laws, no one has a gun anyway."


This item first appeared in the "Earthweek" section of the Portland Oregonian science page, 15 July 1998. It was sent to us by attorney and raconteur Tom Creasing, who reminds us, "All animals are created equal -- some just take longer to cook."


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