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Many beagles and other scent-driven canines have been used successfully to sniff out bombs, drugs, and lost people, too. Today they are even used to help the many people who have had to fight the rising problem of bedbug infestation. Age-appropriate bilingual text explores the life, training, and work of these bedbug-sniffing dogs.
Introduces detection rats, most of which are African pouched rats, the largest rat in the world, and explains that rats can be trained to find land mines and dangerous diseases.
Introduces bottlenose dolphins, describes how they are trained, and explains that the United States Navy and the Marine Corps have trained dolphins to find explosive mines and enemy swimmers in the water.