Dogs are like dog tail grass. Introduction: Dogs (Latin scientific name: Canis Lupus; English name: DOG), also known as "dog", scientific name "home dog". It is called "six beasts" with horses, cows, sheep, pigs, and chickens. Some scientists believe that dogs have been domesticated from early humans from the ash wolf, and the domestication time is 40,000 years ago to 15,000 years ago. Known as "the most loyal friend of human beings", it is now the most breeding pet. Its life span is more than ten years. The influence of civilization: As the earliest domesticated livestock, the existence and evolution of dogs are inextricably linked to the development of human civilization. For it, Westerners praised with exquisite art works, and also regarded it as the most loyal guardian. But dogs have always had a low position in the minds of Chinese people. This is evident from the archeological discovery of China that is constantly unearthed. The most anticipated is that among the strata such as Zhoujiayoufang, Yushu County, Jilin, Jilin, China, that is, the update of the Paleolithic Age in the late period of the Paleolithic Age, about 26,000 BC to 10,000 BC. In addition to the fossils, the skull of the dog's skull appears. Although some people think that it belongs to the update of animal fossils, more experts think they are the remains of the new world or modern animals. This kind of old stone instrumental heritage can show that residents in Northeast China have begun to familyize dogs. In other words, the Northeast Dogs had appeared in the late Paleolithic era, and the time was about 10,000 years ago. The original human beings in Northeast China were the Mongolian Tonggus, so there were reasons that the ancestors of Donghu, Rong, Di, and Su Shen first domesticated dogs. Among them, Rong was the famous dog raising clan.
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Dog's tail grass.
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