Cleveland Museum of Natural History celebrates one of city’s bravest dogs

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CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland Museum of Natural History is celebrating Balto’s 100th birthday.

Balto famously led the last 53 miles of the serum run, which delivered vital diptheria antitoxin to children in Nome, Alaska in 1925.

The Siberian husky rested at the Cleveland Zoo until he passed in 1933.

He’s now at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.

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