VIDEO: Rare white dingo is a howling success at sanctuary

RARE white dingo Spirit has proven to be a popular addition to the Fraser Coast Wildlife Sanctuary, attracting plenty of attention, curator Ray Revill says.

The dingo was six weeks old when she came to the sanctuary, joining her older siblings Kora and Giri Giri.

More than 10 weeks later, Mr Revill says Spirit is looking less like a pup and more like an adult dingo.

"She is doing really well," he said.

"She runs with the others now, with her siblings."

He said she had now been micro-chipped and vaccinated.

Mr Revill said he had taken Spirit with him to the Fraser Coast Discovery Sphere during his educational talks and people had greatly enjoyed seeing her.



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