It’s the first biological evidence scientists have found that domesticated dogs might have evolved a specialized ability used expressly to communicate better with humans. reports
Over the course of domestication, dogs developed two new facial muscles that their wolf ancestors never had. Their purpose? Cuteness. reports
Dogs’ Eyes Have Changed Since Humans Befriended Them
Over the course of domestication, dogs developed two new facial muscles that their wolf ancestors never had. Their purpose? Cuteness. reports
By far, the most important read of the day --> Over the course of domestication, dogs developed two new facial muscles that their wolf ancestors never had. Their purpose? Cuteness. reports
Here is on why dogs are so freaking cute
I literally have no idea whether this study checks out, but I’m sharing anyway. Of likely interest to , , , .
"Dogs’ faces are structured for complex expression in a way that wolves’ aren’t, thanks to a special pair of muscles framing their eyes....Domesticated dogs may have evolved a specialized ability used expressly to communicate better with humans."
Why Do Dogs Look So Sad?
Why Do Dogs Look So Sad? Dogs’ Eyes Have Changed Since Humans Befriended Them Two specialized muscles give them a range of expression that wolves’ eyes lack.
Over the course of domestication, dogs developed two new facial muscles that their wolf ancestors never had. Their purpose? Cuteness. reports
Over the course of domestication, dogs developed two new facial muscles that their wolf ancestors never had. Their purpose? Cuteness. reports
Why Do Dogs Look So Sad?
Finally, a scientific explanation to why I can’t say no to our sweet puppy Ty.
H/T Briefing. Not surprising but fun to know for sure. "Over the course of domestication, dogs developed two new facial muscles that their wolf ancestors never had. Their purpose? Cuteness." reports