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Royal Dog Dies; Killer Sought

Royal Dog Dies; Killer Sought

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP)-Shocked by the untimely death of her pet dog down a royal

rabbit hole, Queen Beatrix is trying to drive the burrowing beasts from the palace

gardens, a Dutch newspaper, Algemeen Dagblad, reported recently.

The Queen has ordered her gardeners out on regular rabbit-hunting missions at her

royal residence on the outskirts of the Hague. The Queen's dog, Miss Pepper, was

found dead of asphyxiation after getting caught head-first in a rabbit hole in February.

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