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The oldest sea dog of them all

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Mary Rose dog skeleton

The skeleton of a sea dog who sailed aboard the Mary Rose is to go on display 465 years after the Tudor warship sank.

Rear Admiral John Lippiett, chief executive of the Mary Rose Trust describes the role of the terrier aboard the voyage, and describes what the judges at Crufts made of the bones.

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