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The false claim about the funding for the beagle study, research that was conducted in Tunisia, originated with an error by scientists.

Meet Sally, the 10-year-old beagle with her pal, 10-month-old Sarah Beth, submitted by Keith of Petal, MS.

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If you have a small dog, like a beagle or dachshund, you probably don’t need a bed larger than 35 inches.

Thank you Penny the pocket beagle for keeping my parents from feeling so alone and isolated while they endure nearly a year without seeing their grandkids.

Their size — just about a half meter long, or about the size of a beagle — made the team initially think that it had stumbled upon baby nothosaurs, says Xiao-Chun Wu, a paleobiologist at the Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa.

All this time his beagle lay motionless on the floor in the entry hall.

There was a brief attempt to train a beagle named Python Pete to track the snakes.

Those who desire the results of keen observation on the subject should turn to Darwin's "Voyage of the Beagle."

Abram Beagle was likewise, and before he married Mrs. Rhodes, a contractor on the road.

He tells how an opportunity was given him of reading the proofs of Darwin's Voyage of the Beagle.

In more modern times, another fatality occurred during the expedition of the Adventure and Beagle, 1832.

It has been seen how he read the proof-sheets of the Voyage of the 'Beagle' while still in his last year of medical study.


On this page you'll find 35 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to beagle, such as: afghan, airedale, basset, canine, dachshund, and mongrel.

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