Vikings had a completely different relationship to animals than we have today
The Vikings and their ancestors looked at animals with awe and admiration, researchers at the Museum of Cultural History say.
Every year, search and rescue dogs find between 40 and 50 missing people in Norway. They are trained through interaction and rewards. “They’re clearly sad when the people they find are dead,” says Bjørn Tore Ulsrud, from Norwegian Search and Rescue Dogs.