ABC Goulburn Murray By Ashlee Aldridge
Updated 56 minutes ago
Close up on the face of a dingo with its mouth open looking up at the camera.
PHOTO: Wandi, the purebred alpine dingo, has settled in well to his new home at the Dingo Discovery Sanctuary. (Image supplied: Australian Dingo Foundation.)
He was the tiny dingo pup whose story made worldwide headlines after he appeared to have been dropped by an eagle into the backyard of a Victorian home.
Now, six months on, Wandi the purebred dingo is all grown up, but is still proving to be as popular as ever.
Wandi has settled into life at the Australian Dingo Foundation’s sanctuary, where he has adapted well, despite his dramatic start to life.
“He has been quite amazing considering the fact that he came in from the wild,” sanctuary volunteer Kevin Newman said.