An Australian father is a hero for saving his baby from the jaws of a wild dingo. The dingo dragged the boy from his campervan. His father heard screams. He rushed and dragged his son from the dingo. The 14-month-old boy went to hospital. He had surgery on a fractured skull and cuts to his neck. Doctors say he is in a stable condition and will recover. The father said: "Our son is doing well....Please respect our family's privacy."
The attack is the third this year. Residents are worried they could damage the island's image. One resident said visitors did not know they should not camp in some areas with children. They need education about the dangers of wild animals. She added: "This is one of the most-visited national parks and there is nobody around to give people information about what they...cannot do. People who do the wrong thing are either naive or stupid."