Loggers Found A WHAT Mummified In This Tree?

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What Should They Do About the Dog?

The loggers knew they'd lose money by not cutting up the tree trunk, but they decided this discovery was too valuable to chop up. They set it aside in the hopes that they could figure this out later and find someone who could tell them where the dog came from...

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The Southern Forest World Museum

A year after the loggers discovered the dog, the Southern Forest World Museum opened. It's dedicated to the Southeastern United States' industry of forestry, which included wood production. The loggers from the Georgia Kraft Co. knew where the mummified dog belonged...

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The More You Know

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