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English: One of the many dogs Pavlov used in his experiments (possibly Baikal ), Pavlov Museum Ryazan, Russia. Note the saliva catch container and tube surgically implanted in the dog's muzzle.
Deutsch: Einer der vielen Hunde, die Pawlow in seinen Experimenten gebraucht hatte, Pawlow Museum Rjasan, Russland. Zu beachten ist, dass der Speichelauffangbehälter und Schlauch chirurgisch in das Maul eingepflanzt wurde.
Date 2005
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Author Rklawton


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This file was migrated from English Wikipedia, where it was uploaded under the name A01 6097 640x427.JPG by Rklawton.

  • 18:33, 13 January 2006 . . Rklawton ( Talk) . . 640x427 (357365 bytes)
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