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Stray dogs adapt to living on streets of Moscow

Feb 08, 2014 - Comments: 0
Malchik, Russian stray dog
Thousands of stray dogs... as many as 35,000 to be specific... are teaching scientists and sociologists plenty about animal adaptation to the environments in which they live. In the capital city of Russia, stray dogs ride subways below Moscow's streets and neighborhoods... they intermingle with humans... they form groups each with their own hierarchies and then form hierarchies and states of order between these groups. They are adapting to the world they were born in. To the absolute best of their abilities, and even beyond what we as humans may think their abilities could be.
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