A father Australia is being hailed as a hero after saving his baby son the jaws a wild dingo. The baby was dragged his campervan on Australia's Fraser Island Friday. His father awoke and heard his son's screams outside. He rushed to his son's aid and dragged his son the dingo's jaws. He also fought other animals in the pack. The 14-month-old baby boy was rushed to hospital and underwent surgery a fractured skull and deep cuts to his neck and head. Doctors report he is now a stable condition and is expected to make a full recovery. The father said: "Our son is doing well....We ask the media to please respect our family's privacy while we focus our son's recovery."
The recent attack the infant boy is the third such incident this year. Fraser Island residents are worried that the attacks could threaten the island's heritage status. Long-term resident, Hannah Robinson, said many visitors did not realize they should not camp unfenced areas children the age of 12. She said there was not enough education about how to be aware the threat of the animals the island. She added: "We have been calling a visitors' center years. This is one the most-visited national parks and there is nobody around to give people information what they can and cannot do. People who do the wrong thing are either naive or stupid."