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Dogs have been selectively bred for thousands of years to have similar facial expressions to HUMANS

Cruz in sex dogs zoo Santa Australians return

Dogs have been selectively bred for thousands of years to have similar facial expressions to HUMANS

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Dogs have been selectively bred for thousands of years to have similar facial expressions to HUMANS

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Dogs have been selectively bred for thousands of years to have similar facial expressions to HUMANS

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Dogs have been selectively bred for thousands of years to have similar facial expressions to HUMANS

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Australians return thousands of cats and dogs to shelters after Covid pandemic

Australians return thousands of cats and dogs to shelters after Covid pandemic

Looking at the key behaviours of dogs and wolves, you can see where these differences in muscle fibres come into play.

  • The RSPCA has put out a call for foster animal carers to help with the wave of pets being handed over Those who don't have the resources to physically look after kittens and puppies can give the RSPCA monthly donations for care programs.

  • Their analysis revealed that dogs' muscle fibres were much more similar to humans than the wolves' muscle fibres were , the team found that dogs have an additional mimetic muscle that contributes to the puppy-dog eye expression, which wolves lack.




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