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This Hungarian Vizsla is the Minnesota Capitol's new bomb-sniffing dog
06:00 - 23 January 2016
Meet Matka, the new member of Minnesota Capitol's security staff. The Hungarian Vizsla lady will help her collegues detect possible bombs.
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