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First dogs in Americas arrived from Siberia, disappeared after European contact

July 6, 2018

A study reported in the journal Science offers an enhanced view of the origins and ultimate fate of the first dogs in the Americas. The dogs were not domesticated North American wolves, as some have speculated, but likely followed their human counterparts over a land bridge that once connected North Asia and the Americas, the study found.


July 6, 2018


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