New Findings Discovered on the History of Dogs

803088_72071861Originally, it was believed that modern domesticated dog evolved from tribes in Asia breeding and training Gray wolves. Somewhere near the Altai Mountains, where Russia, Kazakhstan and China come together near two main rivers, the tribes trained the wolves to hunt and protect their camps. However, new evidence has just been discovered that there may have been domesticated pups even before then, and on the other side of the globe.
According to some scientists, our four-legged friends may have been hanging around humans as long as 30,000 years ago, and it wasn’t in Asia where they made this discovery. Click here to find out where domesticated dogs may have originated.

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