A doggo used his scent-tracking abilities to help a group of archeologists find a three-thousand-year-old Croatian tombs. The dog was able to successfully sniff out the area where the archeologists found human bones and artifacts.
– Dogs were used in Croatia to look for tombs.
– The dogs were able to do so and helped archeologists find bones and artefacts.
– Using dogs in the field of archeology are less destructive and…
The bones and artefacts were found in a hilltop in the Velebit mountains. Many archeologists are now using dogs to help track those that could be useful to history because using a dog is less destructive than the usual methods used in the field. One of the researchers from Dunham University said that using dogs to sniff out burials was a promising technique and they are interested “to push the boundaries on that” and that using doggos is “a pretty great way to move forward in archeology.”
After the findings, a study was conducted by the archeologists and came up with the conclusion that the people who lived in the area were probably poor because the windy climate was harsh and crops are difficult to grow in the area.
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