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Exotic to mainstream: Australians wild about unusual pets

Olivia Fitzer holds a stick insect at a pet store in SydneyThe proud owner of dingo ‘Kimba’, James Bornstein, is part of the new wave of Australian exotic pet lovers whose unconventional companions are growing in popularity. In a country known for its unusual wildlife, Bornstein says having a sub-species of the grey wolf in his Sydney home is an opportunity to change people’s negative perceptions about the native wild dog and apex predator. Dingoes are infamous thanks to the dramatic case of Azaria Chamberlain — a nine-week-old baby snatched by one of the animals during a camping trip in central Australia in 1980, which was made into a movie.

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