MBtv: The Bangladesh hunting hound in danger of extinction

Tall and lean with a powerful chest, the rare Sarail hound has been treasured in Bangladesh for centuries. But the dogs — believed to have descended from English greyhounds and sighthounds owned by Mughal-era feudal landlords, or from hunting dogs brought by Arab traders — are dwindling in numbers with just dozens remaining in the South East Asian country, according to some estimates.