Man's Best Friend How wolves became Domesticated

Many people have been questioning the time and place wolves were first being domesticated, but most sources say around 18,000 to 32,000 years ago, long before the first agricultural livestock. This most likely happened in eastern Europe, close to Siberia. People nowadays believe that people would use wolves to get food easier, and they would give food to the wolves. Over time, this bond between became more, and slowly, over time, the gray wolves evolved into dogs we know. The oldest common dog remains we have found are from over 12,000 years ago!

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