The world's first archaeology dog Migaloo sniffs out ancient bones
Move over Indiana Jones, there is a new dog in town.
Meet Migaloo the wonder-pup who can sniff out 600-year-old bones more than 2m underground with her sharp sense of smell and keen eye for adventure.
The three-year-old black labrador mix has been hailed as the first archaeology dog in the world.
Owner Gary Jackson found Migaloo at a rescue centre 14 months ago and says they have been inseparable ever since.
“She’s a really special pup. She had the drive we needed for the job and was absolutely ball crazy,” he said.
After only a year on the job, Migaloo already holds the world record for the oldest archaeological find by a dog. Read more.