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Man and dog: New genetics study reveals complex history – Bangkok Post

WASHINGTON: Much of the diversity seen in modern dog populations was already present around the time the last Ice Age had ended 11,000 years ago, a global study…

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WASHINGTON: Much of the diversity seen in modern dog populations was already present around the time the last Ice Age had ended 11,000 years ago, a global study of ancient DNA revealed Thursday.
The paper, published in Science, showed how our canine companions spread across the world with their masters, but also found intriguing periods when our shared history was decoupled.
A research team led by the Francis Crick Institute sequenced the genomes of 27 dogs, some of which lived nearly 11,000 years…

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