Elephant poaching continues to be a major problem in Africa's national parks. To combat this a new initiative is being tried out at the Virunga National Park. This involves the use of specially trained bloodhounds to help wardens to track down poachers.
Bordering on forensic voodoo comes this new idea to sniff out suspects in a procedure known as a scent lineup. Depending on a bloodhound’s trusty nose the question remains whether or not it is reliable every time. Read on and…hold your nose.