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The World’s First Archaeology Dog

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There are over 200 million more olfactory receptors in a dog’s nose than a human’s. Dogs have been trained to locate everything from drugs and contraband to missing people and endangered species for their masters. Their sense of smell is so acute that they can predict seizures in epileptics, as well as detect cancer. Still, finding 600 year old, buried human bones with absolutely no traces of flesh left on them seems to be asking a lot of that sniffer… or so you would think. Migaloo, the world’s first archaeology dog, disagrees.

http://www.allpetnew...rchaeology-dog/

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That is cool. Can find the sites and don't have to do alot of digging

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What better companions! Both love to dig in the dirt. ;)

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That is simply Amazing

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