Drug-sniffing dog

Colombian police dog Agata, a golden Labrador, investigates the baggage of a plane at the Vasquez Cobo airport in Leticia January 19, 2007. Agata, who is one of Colombia's best drug-sniffing dogs, had a price on her head since 2004 and a 24-hour guard monitors her food for poisoning. Police say a $10,000 bounty was put on Agata's furry head after a string of detections she made in 2004 in Colombia, the world's biggest cocaine producer.

( Daniel Munoz/Reuters / May 23, 2013 )

Colombian police dog Agata, a golden Labrador, investigates the baggage of a plane at the Vasquez Cobo airport in Leticia January 19, 2007. Agata, who is one of Colombia's best drug-sniffing dogs, had a price on her head since 2004 and a 24-hour guard monitors her food for poisoning. Police say a $10,000 bounty was put on Agata's furry head after a string of detections she made in 2004 in Colombia, the world's biggest cocaine producer.

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