Mantrailers: Bloodhounds Used in Wildlife Law Enforcement

Bloodhounds used as mantrailers canbe an invaluable instrument in wildlife law enforcement. The human body consists of approximately 60 trillion cells which are constantly dying and being sloughed off at the rate of about 50 million cells per second. These dead cells are acted on by bacteria which causes them to give off a gaseous odor. Each odor is slightly different, creating a unique, individual, human odor which may determine the fate of a wildlife law violator.

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