What does a dingo eat?
Dingoes are scavengers, and eat any other animals, especially when these animals are carrion or roadkill. They eat injured and sick large mammals, but tend to prey on smaller, slower marsupials such as possums, mammals such as rabbits, and birds.
If this question is a reference to the infamous case of when a dingo took a baby, two-month-old Azaria Chamberlain was taken from her family's campsite on 17 August 1980. Initially, Azaria's mother was accused of murdering her baby daughter, but after Azaria's jumpsuit was found in a dingo lair in early November 1982, the evidence seemed to indicate that the baby girl had indeed been taken by a dingo.