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In the last 4000 years no new animals have been domesticated.

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Pat McGroin:
Aboriginal humans.
wowsers:
This is not true. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domestication In particular rats meet Diamonds six criteria and were not domesticated until the 1800's
mulberry:
I saw a movie about whistling once.
liza:
my neighbor saved a dove, it sits on his shoulder, goes outside to poop, and comes when you whistle a happy tune. unfortunately, I can't whistle.
jesus:
thats because alpacas have been domesticated for thousands of years. Peru much? wtf does that have to do with the below comments?
Moto:
Actually, my friend has an alpaca that listens when it's called.
Riley:
Well, my snake goes where he wants in my house and listens to me better than any cat, however I'm sure snake-charming has been around for a wile..
Ka:
Actually none of these animals are domesticated. Does your friend's snake just run around the house, and let you know when it needs to go out the yard to do its business? There is a difference between domestication and keeping an animal as a pet
Eygen:
Where the heck did this come from? What about snakes? And gunea pigs? And scorpions? (Yes, a friend of mine keeps em). And frogs? This is sirious bs.

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