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  1. Feb 23, 2021 · Dogs were domesticated in Europe between 32,000 and 18,800 years ago. The findings suggest that dogs first migrated to the Americas around 16,000 years ago, according to the study. Douglas Levere ...

  2. Jul 05, 2018 · It suggests the first domesticated dogs to come to the Americas were brought by humans migrating from Asia, only to be later wiped out when Europeans began regularly making their way to the New ...

  3. There is archaeological evidence dogs were the first animals domesticated by humans more than 30,000 years ago (more than 10,000 years before the domestication of horses and ruminants). This started when wolves began scavenging food scraps from humans, who then began to domesticate the wolves providing them with shelter and protection.

  4. Sep 15, 2017 · The first member of the prehistoric dog family that would be recognizable as a canine came into being roughly 30 million years ago. Known as Cynodesmus, this large coyote-type creature was just one of nature's many attempts to create a biologically successful canine.

  5. The first domesticated plants in Mesopotamia were wheat, barley, lentils, and types of peas. People in other parts of the world, including eastern Asia, parts of Africa, and parts of North and South America, also domesticated plants.

  6. Jul 18, 2017 · By looking at the rates of change to the DNA from the oldest specimen, scientists were able to place the timing of the domestication of dogs to between 20,000 and 40,000 years ago.

  7. Feb 28, 2011 · Stingless bees were the only bees that were domesticated in the Americas. They were first domesticated by the Maya. Back in the ancient days, they were sacred. They provided honey. The honey was also a key ingredient in the alcoholic drink balche. Their wax was used for jewelry and ornaments in the lost-wax casting technique.

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