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The phrase ‘endangered species’, I’m reliably informed, puts the willies up the giant pandas of Gansu province, the handful of snow leopards lurking in the Himalayas, and the whooping cranes that stalk the Gulf Coast of Texas. Not so us Sussex Spaniels, despite our numbers dropping so dramatically after the

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