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But in the course of childbearing, obedient people are chosen for breeding, making it better
Scientific Reports publish the study.
Ashes wolves, at the Wolf Science Center in Vienna, are as good as dogs working on their trainers to drag a tray of food to them by each getting one end of a rope.
But, unlike the dogs In study, they are willing to try their tactics as well – like stealing the rope from the trainer.
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The Friederike Range, from the Konrad Lorenz Institute, to Vetmeduni Vienna university, says: "It shows that, while wolves tend to start behavior and take the lead, dogs are more likely to wait and see what people are doing and to follow that behavior . "
About 30,000 years ago, the wolves moved to the edges of human camps to scavenge for the leftovers.
The next "taming" process of domestication and selective breeding then gradually began to change their behavior and genes and eventually developed into the dog we know today.
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