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National Geographic video: The Science of Dogs. Questions from the video as it goes along. 1. __________% of today’s dog breeds did not exist _______________ years ago. 2. Eugenics is the quest for _______________________________ of a species. 3. Dogo Argentino were brought to the United States in the ______________________. The traits they are known for are ___________________________, _______________________________ and ______________________________. The following is from the internet, not from the video. Check out the price of the puppies .
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4. How long did it take to develop the Dogo Argentino? ____________________________________ 5. After catching the boar, how is it killed? 6. The first evidence of a “dog breed” occurs in _____________________ about _________________ years ago. 7. National Geographic suggests that the first dog was a _____________________________. During the _________________________ century in ________________________, there was an explosion of dog breeds. Dogs were the _______________________________ or the middle class. 10. The down sloping, egg shape head belongs to the _______________________________________. 11. Missy the golden Lab jumps _________________________________ in a single bound. 12. Canines have the best sense of ______________________________. 13. Humans have better _____________________________ then dogs. 14. Olfactory receptors in dog = ____________________, in the Human = ______________________ 15. Dogs can sniff out __________________________ by smelling a person’s ____________________ or _____________________.
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