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Deadly Dingo

The dingo is considered to be an apex predator, which means it has no natural predators in its ecosystem.  On Fraser Island off the coast of Queensland, there are more than 300 dingoes.

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Some of the deadliest predators live in Australia. Osborne is stung by a deadly box jellyfish while swimming at a beach in Queensland, backpacker Justin is chased by a pack of dingoes and Ian is bitten by a venomous spider