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Beagle
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Beagle
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Beagle _Desigend by autodesk premium ( http://www.123dapp.com/123C-3D-Model/Beagle/596703 ) _Beagle, small hound-dog breed popular as both a pet and a hunter. It looks like a small foxhound and has large brown eyes, hanging ears, and a short coat, usually a combination of black, tan, and white. The beagle is a solidly built dog, heavy for its height. It generally excels as a rabbit hunter and is typically an alert, affectionate dog. There are two sizes recognized in the breed: beagles standing 13 inches (33 cm) or less and weighing about 18 pounds (8 kg) and those standing more than 13 inches but not exceeding 15 inches (38 cm) and weighing about 30 pounds (14 kg). _According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the first mention of the beagle by name in English literature dates from ca. 1475 in the Esquire of Low Degree. The origin of the word "beagle" is uncertain, although it has been suggested that the word derives from the French begueule (meaning "open throat" from bayer "open wide" and gueule "mouth")[27] or from an Old English, French, or the Gaelic word beag, meaning "little." Other possibilities include the French beugler (meaning "to bellow") and the German begele (meaning "to scold"). _The Beagle is a happy, inquisitive, shorthaired hound who makes a great family companion, an eager hunter in the field — or both! _You may have seen the Beagle's nose at work at airports across the country. In 1984, the U.S. Department of Agriculture decided to use Beagles to sniff out contraband food being brought into the United States at the Los Angeles International Airport.The experiment was a huge success. Because they are small, friendly, and cute, the Beagles didn't intimidate people who are afraid of dogs, and with their super nose power, they could be trained to identify specific food articles while bypassing those that weren't contraband. Today, members of the "Beagle Brigade" patrol the baggage-claim areas at more than 20 international airports and other points of entry into the United States.
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SKU 10000793
Length [mm] 110
Width [mm] 34.51
Height [mm] 96.54
Volume [cm³] 61.67
Area [cm²] 148.31
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