Dogs Domesticated Earlier Than Thought

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Dogs Domesticated Earlier Than Thought

The discovery of a jawbone in a Siberian cave may indicate the domestication of dogs took place 30,000 years ago, 16,000 years earlier than previously thought. What do you think?

  • "Those dogs must have had some really stupid names."

    Darren Landmark
    Systems Analyst
  • "Siberia can have its dogs and its caves. Cats and pyramids in Egypt is what I'm talking about."

    Alice Peters
  • "So, by my calculations, that makes 200,756 more sobbing sons who watched as their dads put the old boys down."

    Devin Coombs
    Plant Guide