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Does the difference in eye contact times between domesticated dogs, dingoes, and wolves prove an evolutionary progression from one to another?
The ScienceBlogs website indicates intra-abdominal testicles show that elephants may have evolved from a common ancestor of manatees or whales.
In the Dog Spies blog, Scientific American highlighted a recent study that starts to answer some questions about a new scent assessment for dogs.
Researchers are attempting to take species closely related to extinct ones and, using DNA from preserved specimens, to recreate the extinct species.
Sightings of Thylacines have been reported over the years from explorers and from indigenous people groups who send hunters into the jungle or mountains.
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