An interesting article in the Phenomena section of nationalgeographic.com describes new researched focused on the brains of women at the moment that they look at images of children and dogs. Many dog owners already refer to their pooches as their. . .
It’s a commonplace remark that many people and their dogs look alike, but how could this be actually true? Some scientists in Japan decided to try to find out. What they. . .
Anyone who has ever watched a dog drink—and witnessed the often messy aftermath—has wondered just what’s happening with all that tongue lapping and lip smacking. Well, here’s your answer. By employing super high-speed cameras, researchers discovered that dogs form their tongues into an inverted ladle, scooping water into the mouth. Case solved, right?
Not so fast.
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Well, it looks like there really is such as thing as a dog person.
Humans who share their homes with canines also share the similar bacterial houseguests on their skin, ecologists Tuesday in the. . .