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Samoyed is a breed of large herding dog that descended from the Nenets herding laika, a spitz-type dog, with a thick, white, double-layer coat. It takes its name from the Samoyedic peoples of Siberia. These nomadic reindeer herders bred the fluffy white dogs to help with the herding. An alternative name for the breed, especially in Europe, is Bjelkier.

The AKC Standard requires 21–23.5 inches (53–60 cm) at the shoulder for males, and 19–21 inches (48–53 cm) for females. The UK Kennel Club Standard requires 51–56 centimetres (20–22 in) for males, and 46–51 centimetres (18–20 in) for females.

Advantages of Samoyed PNG Format

    • Higher bit depths (more colors) PNG allows for 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 24 and 32 bit images, smashing the 8-bit barrier
    • A permanent, royalty-free license PNG is being developed by the W3C, and will always be a free and open standard
    • Multiple layers of transparency Samoyed PNG images allow for full alpha channel transparency, which makes moving images from one background to another easy.
    • Uses a lossless image compression technique, hence no information is lost and the image is retrieved keeping the same quality.
    • Supports all the true colors, unlike the contemporary GIF format which only supports 256 colors.
    • Alpha channel support in PNG images allows transparency of the file format which is not possible with other file formats.

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