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World News: Skull scans tell tale of how world's first dogs caught their prey - Science Daily

Analysis of the skulls of lions, wolves and hyenas has helped scientists uncover how prehistoric dogs hunted 40 million years ago. A study has revealed that the first species of dog -- called Hesperocyon gregarius -- pounced on its prey in the same way that many species, including foxes and coyotes, do today.

Posted: 2019-01-11 18:10:34

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What's really the point of wasps? - BBC News

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