Humans domesticated dogs 33,000 years ago, new evidence finds

01/24/2012 |

The recent discovery of an ancient dog skull in Siberia shows humans were domesticating dogs about 33,000 years ago. A similar skull found in Belgium shows early humans were keeping dogs as pets in different parts of the world, which means the practice didn't begin with one person in a single geographic location as was previously thought, researchers say.

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