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25 minutes ago, rob284 said:

🤤Whats the story behind it?

A the Mrs sent it to me from Facebook.  Seemingly some lumberjack found it while felling tree's in the US in the 80's. Dog must of chased something up the hollow tree, and got stuck. Scientist said it was there for about twenty years, and got mummified due to acid in the tree  hardening the skin, + dried out due to air flowing through the hollow.

 Looks like a hound of some sort.

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56 minutes ago, EDDIE B said:

Any of ye lose this lad

 

 

 

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about twenty years ago!:laugh:

Poor ol' hound and his owner probably spent many's a day searching for him.

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1 minute ago, neil cooney said:

Poor ol' hound and his owner probably spent many's a day searching for him.

Yea true. Must a been a good one too, to follow that coon, or whatever he was after,  up the inside of a tree.

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Wonder if the lumber jack needed a fresh pair of pants seeing that coming out the tree at him :laugh:

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Poor old fella what a way to go ......

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That's one well trained dog. He would sooner starve to death than eat his master's bag of crisps even when trapped.

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On ‎03‎/‎01‎/‎2018 at 20:55, EDDIE B said:

Any of ye lose this lad

 

 

 

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about twenty years ago!:laugh:

Has now been identified as Buck, a Bluetick Coonhound entered into the Kentucky man/dog hide and seek championship finals in 1978. The organisers are still trying to locate his owner to award the 1st prize.

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