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The domestic dog (Canis lupus familiaris) is probably the first animal to have been domesticated by man. Throughout time, the dog has been used for many purposes: for hunting, in war, as a tracker, as a rescue dog, or just as a loyal friend. Because of the various 'roles', the dog has been bred into many races - today, more than 800 exist! Amongst the most famous dogs are Laika, the first dog in space and the collie Lassie, known from film and tv-series.
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