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Dogs That Changed the World: The Rise of the Dog 

Learn how the domestication of dogs might have taken place, including the theory of biologist Raymond Coppinger that it was the animals themselves - and human trash - that inspired the ... See full summary »

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... Himself / Narrator
Ray Coppinger ... Himself - Professor, Hampshire College
Susan Crockford ... Herself, University of Victoria, BC
Joe Relph ... Himself
Peter Savolainen ... Himself, Professor, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
James Serpell ... Himself, zoologist, University of Pennsylvania
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Learn how the domestication of dogs might have taken place, including the theory of biologist Raymond Coppinger that it was the animals themselves - and human trash - that inspired the transformation. The genetic analysis of Peter Savolainen of the Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden has placed the origins of domesticated dogs - and those of the first dog - in East Asia. You'll also discover 14 dog breeds that controversial genetic studies show are the most ancient - and the best living representatives of the ancestors to all living dogs. Written by Enzedder

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