Dingo rescued from cruel trap

This threatened, protected dingo, who is now named Ness, was captured in the Victorian government’s cruel 'wild-dog’ management program.

They were trapped on a Friday night, and if not rescued, would have remained in the trap for at least 48 hours before being killed.

Investigators from Farm Transparency Project and Defend the Wild were able to rescue Ness and take him to safety, where he will never set foot in a trap again.

Please help us call on the Victorian government to end this senseless slaughter of a keystone species, so others like Ness don’t have to suffer: www.defendthewild.org/end-victorian-dingo-killing
Published: Mon 14 Nov 2022 by Farm Transparency Project
Captured/filmed: June 2022
Created: November 2022
ID: 793xfrtj66
Licence: Creative Commons License
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Country: Australia
Location: VIC

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