"Oldest" dog remains are unearthed in Switzerland

08/3/2010 | Google

German researchers examined the cranial fragment and teeth of a dog that were discovered in 1873 in the Kesslerloch cave in northern Switzerland and found that the remains date back more than 14,000 years. "We argue that the maxilla fragment must now be considered the earliest indisputable directly dated evidence of a domestic dog," the researchers said.

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