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-=====A possible problem understanding dogs===== ​+=====A possible problem understanding ​scent dogs===== ​
  
 See ->​[[http://​www.csst.org/​box_effect.htmlBox Effect|Box Effect]]. In some special circumstances,​ e.g. in closed rooms or either with burried bodies, there may appear a common problem of understanding dogs. This results from the effect, that the gases from a dead body or contaminated object may fall down and cummulate in a ground depression in the vicinity of the main source. In such cases the dog will show the scent pool by pointing to any object in it: See ->​[[http://​www.csst.org/​box_effect.htmlBox Effect|Box Effect]]. In some special circumstances,​ e.g. in closed rooms or either with burried bodies, there may appear a common problem of understanding dogs. This results from the effect, that the gases from a dead body or contaminated object may fall down and cummulate in a ground depression in the vicinity of the main source. In such cases the dog will show the scent pool by pointing to any object in it:
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-=====For further ​information ​one may read at Wikipedia=====+=====Further ​information ​on Putrefaction processes=====
  
 Putrefaction is one of seven stages in the decomposition of the body of a dead animal. It can be viewed, in broad terms, as the decomposition of proteins in a process that results in the eventual breakdown of cohesion between tissues and the liquefaction of most organs. Putrefaction is one of seven stages in the decomposition of the body of a dead animal. It can be viewed, in broad terms, as the decomposition of proteins in a process that results in the eventual breakdown of cohesion between tissues and the liquefaction of most organs.