Must read: tracking endangered species by smell

So here's a good question -- how do conservationists find sample plants or animals from an endangered species if the species is so rare in the first place?

Here's a great answer -- they train dogs to sniff them out!

Oregon's Statesman Journal profiles these canines who have a nose for conservation. It's one of the most fascinating reads of the last week. Check it out.

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