By Kay Frydenborg
We recognize canines are our greatest animal buddies, yet have you considered what that will mean?
Combining historical past, paleontology, biology, and state-of-the-art scientific technology, Kay Frydenborg paints an image of ways diverse species grew to become deeply entwined—and how we coevolved into the species we're today.
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A Dog in the Cave: The Wolves Who Made Us Human by Kay Frydenborg