Robert Falcon Scott (Captain Scott)

Did Robert Falcon Scott eat his dog on his trip to the South Pole?

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2016-04-28 15:21:58
2016-04-28 15:21:58

No. While dogs were taken to the continent on the expedition, Scott did not actually take them with on his attempt to be first to reach the South Pole.

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