Dog’s Nose vs. Electronic Explosives Detector, Who Would Win?

#bombsniffer #k9 #bombdetector #chemicaldetector

What’s better at finding a hidden bomb–a dog, or an electronic chemical detector? Let’s find out.

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Executive Producers:
George Zaidan
Hilary Hudson

Andrew Sobey
Elaine Seward

Sam Jones, PhD

Scientific consultants:
Lauryn DeGreef, PhD
Leila Duman, PhD
Mark Fisher, PhD
Simon Gadbois, PhD
Braden C. Giordano, PhD
Eileen Jenkins, DVM
Steven Munger, PhD
Brianne Raccor, PhD

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