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Dog days: Canines in the Cook Islands

Monday 19 February 2018 | Published in Local

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Dog days: Canines in the Cook Islands
Not an uncommon sight in rarotonga: a pack of stray dogs on the prowl in downtown avarua. 17030828

Dogs are rarely out of the headlines these days, but have they always been here and how did they become such a big part of life on Rarotonga when they are absent from so many other islands of the Cook Islands?

Dogs are rarely out of the headlines these days, but have they always been here and how did they become such a big part of life on Rarotonga when they are absent from so many other islands of the Cook Islands?


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