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Arguably one of the most important developments in human history, the domestication of animals transformed societies that adopted the practice.
Indeed, such a renegotiation of evolutionary agreements between microbes and humans and other species may not have occurred since hunters and gatherers became herders--when domestication of animals triggered such a "spillover" of animal microorganisms (Daszak et al.
How did the domestication of animals and the industrialisation of agriculture affect national health the last 150 years?
The origins of the widespread domestication of animals was probably the end of the last ice-age around 15,000 years ago.
90 is an erroneous conflation of a passage in the "Late Egyptian Miscellanies" (about the ear of the pupil on his back) and the domestication of animals in the "Instructions of Ani.
One could say that domestication of animals means casting one's life with that of humans.
US archaeologists on the shores of the Caspian Sea have found a cave containing the first known agricultural tools and evidence of the earliest known domestication of animals dating back 8,000 years.
It is possible to consider the occurrence of "estrus behavior" as a characteristic that accompanies the process of domestication of animals with seasonal reproduction.