Scientists from Belgium have discovered not one, but TWO dogs in the frozen tundra of Siberia. The animals appear to have been siblings and were found several years but not quite a quarter mile apart. What is shocking about these canine siblings is that they appear to have been domesticated dogs used for the hunting of wild mammoth during the last ice age, winding the clock for domestication of dogs back some five thousand years.
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