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Here we present the world`s biggest mysteries. Humans` search lead to the most amazing experiences, explorations and discoveries.

Ayers Rock, Australia - Did a Dingo really take the baby?

Uploaded on YouTube by IBTimesTV2, 4th Februar 2012.

The famous case has haunted and divided Australia for decades. Was the baby in fact killed by a dingo or by the hands of her own parents? "We also hope that this will give a final finding which closes the inquest into my daughter's death, which so far has been standing." Australians will finally be warned and realize that dingoes are a dangerous animal.

I climbed Ayers Rock in 1987. At the time I was there I heared stories about the dissapering of the baby. I still waiting for the mystery to be solved.

"New information was provided by Azaria's parents and the fourth inquest into the death of baby Azaria begun in the Darwin Magistrates Court in the Northern Territory. The evidence concerns information about dingo's attacking other infants. "I ran out of the tent. I said to Michael, a dingo's got the baby."Azaria Chamberlain was just 9 weeks old when she disappeared in 1980, from a camping ground near Ayers Rock.

Linda Chamberlain claims that she saw a dingo leaving her family's tent with her baby in its mouth. Azaria's body was never found. Perhaps the case will finally resolve the question, did a dingo take her baby?
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