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  • Meet the poop-sniffing dog helping researchers save whales

    Jack, a rescue dog with Conservation Canines, trains for the first day on a boat in the Puget Sound to track feces of endangered killer whales for scientific research. He is a part of the Center for Conservation Biology at the University of Washington.

Jack, a rescue dog with Conservation Canines, trains for the first day on a boat in the Puget Sound to track feces of endangered killer whales for scientific research. He is a part of the Center for Conservation Biology at the University of Washington. Brittany Peterson/McClatchy
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