And Dingo Was His Name-o

The Australian dingo gives testimony to creationist predictions of adaptation and to the Genesis Flood.

G'day. Today we travel to 'Straya and look at the dingo. This wild dog supports creationist predictions about adaptation, and also fits the Genesis Flood timeline. There is disagreement as to when it came to Australia, but the Aborigines have ancient legends saying that the dingo was brought with them.
Here’s an animal that sure could use an ‘image make-over’ and public relations campaign.

For many years, the dingo was best known as the wild dog of Australia—the largest carnivore on the Australian mainland — and for being the scourge of the sheep industry. A single dingo can maul up to 50 sheep in one night, killing far more than it needs for food.
To read the rest, click on "The Australian dingo—a wolf in dog’s clothing".