Dino, a Labrador mix, looks for wildlife at a bus terminal in Bogota, Colombia. Easter week produces a surge in the wildlife trade here as pious Catholics replace red meat with exotic species like turtle and iguana.
Dino, a Labrador mix, looks for wildlife at a bus terminal in Bogota, Colombia. Easter week produces a surge in the wildlife trade here as pious Catholics replace red meat with exotic species like turtle and iguana. Jim Wyss Miami Herald
Dino, a Labrador mix, looks for wildlife at a bus terminal in Bogota, Colombia. Easter week produces a surge in the wildlife trade here as pious Catholics replace red meat with exotic species like turtle and iguana. Jim Wyss Miami Herald

Easter rush: Colombia’s wildlife-tracking dogs see booming business over holiday

April 02, 2015 07:57 PM

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