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Dingo family’s amazing discovery

ernie dingo_and_kidsEighteen years ago Yamatji Ernie and Sally Dingo adopted their baby girl, Wilara.

The government adoption agency told them Wilara's biological mother had a one night fling with an Aboriginal man somewhere in Sydney, Ernie said.

Life has a way of taking surprising turns and so it was for Ernie, Sally and Wilara.

Ernie had agreed to be a part of a documentary series for the...

 

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