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The Daily Beast - November 22, 2010

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Sapsaree puppies stand in their cage in Gyeongsan, South Korea October 29, 2010. Sapsarees, shaggy-haired dogs long valued for their loyalty, were killed in large numbers by the Japanese military during the period of Japanese colonial rule, but have since made a comeback thanks to Ha Ji-Hong, a U.S.-educated geneticist who combined traditional breeding with advances in modern DNA technology. Reuters/Hyungwon Kang

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