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Down Boy: Investigating the Domestication of Dogs Through DNA

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Photo of a dog's blood being take in the back of a pick-up truck mobbed by interested Papuans.

Taking a dog's blood in the back of a pick-up truck mobbed by interested Papuans. This type of scene was repeated across the world whenever we sampled in villages.

Credit: Ryan Boyko


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Photo of Ryan and Cori Boyko in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon.

Ryan and Cori Boyko taking a break from sampling sheepdogs in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon.

Credit: Ryan Boyko


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Photo of Ryan Boyko with Beduoin sheep herders whose dogs were sampled.

Ryan Boyko with Beduoin sheep herders whose dogs were sampled (and whose goat milk and cheese we ate).

Credit: Ryan Boyko


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