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Lap Dogs Originated in Iraq 12,000 Years Ago

The Australian Broadcasting Corp. reports today on a study by Robert Wayne, UCLA professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, and Melissa Gray, a UCLA graduate student in ecology and evolutionary biology, that used gene evidence to show that smaller domesticated dogs likely descended from grey wolves in the Middle East more than 12,000 years ago. Gray is quoted.



 

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