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https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/27/science/chaser-border-collie-dies.html?ref=img&nl_art=&te=1&nl=science-times&emc=edit_sc_20190730?campaign_id=34&instance_id=11267&segment_id=15678&user_id=ebc5312934418feb0b372fa1f2360a8d®i_id=30337821edit_sc_20190730Border Collie Trained to Recognize 1,022 Nouns DiesChaser, often described as “the world’s smartest dog,” made headlines worldwide for being able to identify objects by their names.
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