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- into pigs and created domestication islands in the genome. The same process may also apply to other domesticated animals. Domesticated birds prin****lly mean...
- Other animals List of domesticated plants List of domesticated fungi and microorganisms "How did we ever manage to domesticate so many animals?". Price...
- were ****ociated with humans, domesticated cattle, and domesticated sheep. Thus, the earliest phase in the domestication of the horse might have begun...
- when and where dogs were first domesticated have taxed geneticists and archaeologists for decades. The dog was domesticated from grey wolves in Eurasia....
- The most common species of domesticated hedgehog is the four-toed hedgehog (Atelerix albiventris). The Algerian hedgehog (Atelerix algirus) is a separate...
- The domesticated silver fox is a form of the silver fox which has been to some extent domesticated under laboratory conditions. The silver fox is a melanistic...
- captivity is not necessarily domesticated. Tigers, gorillas, and polar bears breed readily in captivity but are not domesticated. Asian elephants are wild...
- widespread by 3000 BC. Horses in the subspecies caballus are domesticated, although some domesticated po****tions live in the wild as feral horses. These feral...
- to 2000 BC). These migrations were accompanied by a set of domesticated, semi-domesticated, and commensal plants and animals transported via outrigger...
- facing extinction; the latter, though rare, can be found in the wild. Domesticated chinchillas are thought to be of the C. lanigera species. Formerly, chinchillas...