Study: Horses first domesticated in the western Eurasian steppe

05/7/2012 | Google

University of Cambridge researchers and colleagues analyzed hair samples from some 300 horses over 16 years and found that horses were likely first domesticated in the western Eurasian steppe, the site of modern-day Ukraine, Kazakhstan and part of Russia. The researchers used genetic analysis from the horse hairs and evaluated them with detailed mathematical tools to conduct the study.

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