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Taro and Jiro — A story of canine strength and tenacity Special

Sapporo - The tragic story of the ill-fated Japanese Polar expedition that due to unexpected weather conditions was forced to leave in Antarctica a team of fifteen sled dogs of the Sakhalin Husky breed, two of which survived a year of hunger and neglect.
 

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Monument to national heroes Taro and Jiro in Nagoya  Japan.
Monument to national heroes Taro and Jiro in Nagoya, Japan.
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The embalmed body of Taro is on display in a glass case at the Museum of National Treasures  Hokkaid...
The embalmed body of Taro is on display in a glass case at the Museum of National Treasures, Hokkaido University Botanical Garden, Sapporo. (Apologies for the reflections; 'Couldn't get the museum staff to open the glass case).
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Sakhalin dogs Taro (left) and Jiro (center)  who were left to endure harsh Antarctic conditions for ...
Sakhalin dogs Taro (left) and Jiro (center), who were left to endure harsh Antarctic conditions for a year, greet members of the third expedition (1959). The third dog at the right side of the picture was just happy to see them.
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