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River Alliance of Wisconsin Announces Partnership to Better Protect Native Species
In an effort to conserve the environment, the River Alliance of Wisconsin partnered with Midwest Conservation Dogs Inc. on Tuesday.

Midwest Conservation Dogs trains dogs to sniff out invasive species, including plants and animals. The four dogs the conservation has can smell up to 50 different target odors.

The dogs detect invasive species both in water and on land before the human eye, or nose, can find them. The dogs are also able to detect the species within minutes, a task that could take humans hours.


 
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