Olesya Schepina

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Dogs have an unusual ability for reading human communicative gestures (e.g., pointing) in comparison to either nonhuman primates (including chimpanzees) or wolves . Although this unusual communicative ability seems to have evolved during domestication , it is unclear whether this evolution occurred as a result of direct selection for this ability, as(More)
Subjects Details of Selection on Experimental and Control Foxes Eleven experimentally domesticated foxes (six females and five The experimental and control populations were founded from commales) and eleven dog puppies (four females and seven males) were mercial stock in 1959 and have subsequently been maintained in compared. All of the foxes tested in this(More)
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