Why Are These Foxes Tame? Maybe They Weren’t So Wild to Begin With


In a famous experiment, scientists bred Russian foxes without a fear of people. But the foxes’ ancestry raises new questions about when they became tame and what counts as domestication. (Ny Times Science) More More

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