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Older Is Better for Hunting Dogs

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Photo of a hunter enlarging a burrow and his dog at other burrow end and the words Photo Gallery.

Explore Nicaraguan hunting dogs in this photo gallery.

Credit: National Science Foundation

 

Image of a Mayangna hunter and his dog resting in a dugout canoe.

With talented hunting dogs as companions, hunters exhibit return rates that compare favorably to hunting with projectile weapons, including modern firearms, says a new report appearing in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Credit: Menuka Scetbon-Didi


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