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  1. Jan 27, 2021 · First People to Settle in Americas were Accompanied by Their Dogs. A new study, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, suggests that dogs were domesticated in Siberia by ...

  2. Nov 03, 2019 · With this new data, Archaeologists were able to determine that dogs were most likely domesticated through a single domestication event. As stated in Nature Magazine, “The researchers estimate that dogs and wolves diverged genetically between 36,900 and 41,500 years ago, and that eastern and western dogs split 17,500–23,900 years ago.

  3. Jul 05, 2018 · North America’s first dogs were domesticated in Siberia, but their descendants are all gone The remains of one of the earliest known dogs in America, which lived about 10,000 years ago.

  4. Jan 19, 2011 · Oldest Domesticated Dog in Americas Found—Was Human Food. Canine skull fragment discovered in 9,400-year-old human feces. People in North America were breeding—and eating— domestic dogs as ...

  5. Mar 01, 2019 · Some studies suggest that domesticated dogs in what is now Siberia were selectively bred as sled dogs as early as 9,000 years ago, helping humans migrate to North America. The weight standard for these dogs, 20 to 25 kg for optimum thermo-regulation, is found in the modern breed standard for the Siberian Husky.

  6. Feb 09, 2021 · These studies have shown, first, that dogs were the earliest animal domesticated, and the only species that entered into a domestic relationship with people during the Pleistocene (1, 2, 12, 13). Second, the specific wolf population from which dogs derived appears to be extinct (1, 14, 15).

  7. Nov 22, 2020 · Among the oldest sled dogs of the Arctic, Alaskan Malamutes are thought to be descendants of Paleolithic hunters’ domesticated wolf-dogs. First recognized by the AKC in 1935, the breed has been ...

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