Mummifed dog found in Mexican cave

Published on November 21st, 2012 | by Admin

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Back in the 1950s a mummified dog was been found in the Candelaria Cave in Northern Mexico. Now researchers are beginning tests that will determine it’s true age and breed.

Experts unveil a cave dog, thought to be 1000-years-old, found in the Candelaria Cave in northern Mexico. They think the dog may have been mummified by ancient tribes as part of a ritual to help with hunting and gathering. The canine will now undergo tests to determine its exact age and breed.

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Story: The Guardian | Video: The Guardian

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