Minnesota DNR using dogs to detect zebra mussels
They’ve already been searching for guns, explosives, bodies, suspects, illegal fruit and even toxic mercury. Now, add zebra mussels to the list of targets law enforcement dogs are being trained to detect.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources said Tuesday it has added three new K-9 officers to its law enforcement staff, all trained to sniff out zebra mussels that might be hiding aboard boats, trailers or other outdoors equipment that has recently been in the water.
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