Dogs domesticated over 27,000 years ago: study

A woman holds a Husky puppy during an exhibition in Kyrgyzstan's capital BishkekMan's best friend may have been his companion for far longer than believed, scientists have reported, publishing an analysis that dates domesticated dogs to more than 27,000 years ago. The Taimyr wolf lived a few thousand years after Neanderthals disappeared and modern humans spread throughout Asia and Europe, the study said.

May 22, 2015 11:12 am

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