|“||You little freak. You can't defeat me. I'm Bog! I control you and all your Billabong friends! Goodbye Koala Kid.||„|
|~ Bog slowly crushing Johnny.|
Bog is the main antagonist of the 2012 Guatemalan computer-animated film The Outback (released in America as Koala Kid). He is a large, obese saltwater crocodile and the ruler of the billabong.
He was voiced by Alan Cumming.
His henchmen are Boris the vulture and Blacktooth and his pack of dingoes. After Johnny, the white albino koala, accidentally scares off the dingoes during their brawl with the kangaroos, Bog is seen making a plan with the dingoes and Boris to take over the river.
Johnny's koala friend named Miranda's little sister fell in her white make up. The dingoes snagged her thinking it was Johnny who was the barricade to ruling the ravine. Once Charlotte's make up wears off, Bog gets angry with the dingoes. But Miranda, Johnny, Johnny's friends Hamish, and Higgins, Mac the kangaroo leader, and an elderly wombat go on a quest to save poor little Charlotte.
The elderly wombat tells them about Bog. After Miranda and Johnny overcome boa constrictors while making friends with a frilled lizard, Bull, they find themselves trapped by the dingoes.
Boris then comes back with a carnival poster of Johnny being in the circus. Johnny feels ashamed and runs off while Miranda gives her self up for her little sister.
Hamish and Higgins then dress up as female clowns asking the dingoes if they can help them find their way back to the circus. The dingoes wanted to eat them. Mac and the kangaroos capture the dingoes. Johnny comes riding on Bull and unties Miranda when Bog wakes up. Bog chases after Miranda, Johnny, and Bull into the circus and then into the Big Top. Johnny and Miranda run up the poles to the trapeze with Bog following them and Johnny walks on the tight rope so Bog cuts some strings with his razor sharp claws. Johnny then cuts a chandelier with his boomerang that falls on Johnny and Bog with part of the circus tent and the trapeze poles.
Bog was revealed to have survived, but was later sold as a pet along with the dingoes at the pet store and put in baby clothes to his dismay.