Dog: (Cave) Man’s Best Friend

33,000 year old Dog Skull found in Siberia

New research shows that we have had a relationship with dogs since prehistoric times. It seems our caveman ancestors domesticated dogs at least 33,000 years ago as a canine skull found in Siberia shows. This interesting find represents some of the oldest evidence of dog domestication. The Siberian dog skull’s snout and teeth show that it was a domesticated animal and not a wolf.

Not only is dog “Man’s Best Friend”, but he was “Caveman’s Best Friend” too! Read the full story.

The 33,000 year old skull found in Siberia shows the short snout and crowded teeth that identify it as a domestic dog.

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