It Was Women Who Bonded Us to Dogs

When you think of dogs and people in prehistoric times, perhaps what comes to mind is a vision of men and their canine pets hunting together, forging a bond that strengthened over millennia. But it’s women who made dogs members of our families. Researchers at the University of Washington made the finding when they looked […]
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