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The Norwegian Lundehund is a small breed which was originally bred in Norway for hunting Puffins along the coast. The breed's extra toes plus their flexibility allowed them to hunt the birds even in inaccessible nesting locations in caves and on cliffs. The breed's history dates back to 1600, but their popularity declined when new methods of hunting these birds were developed. The breed was nearly extinct by the 1940s and even closer to extinction in the 1960s, but since then the breed has...
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- To mutter deliriously.