Dogs help endangered Tasmanian devils breed in Australia – BBC News

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    A world-first trial in Australia is using detection dogs to help zookeepers identify when Tasmanian devils may be ready to breed.

    If the programme is successful, it’s hoped the method could help other endangered species too.

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