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11. The Science of Dogs

When did we first domesticate dogs? Why is it such a wonderful relationship between humans and ou...

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08.00 18 Feb 2021


11. The Science of Dogs



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08.00 18 Feb 2021


When did we first domesticate dogs? Why is it such a wonderful relationship between humans and our doggie friends? Why do different breeds have different personalities? And why is studying dogs helping us understand different human diseases? This week Luke brings us the science around our four legged friends, plus lots of interesting canine facts.

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