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Most canine kind a sister group to the remains of a Late Pleistocene wolf found in the Kessleroch cave near Thayngen in the canton of Schaffhausen, Switzerland, which dates to 14,500 years ago. The most recent common ancestor of both is estimated to be from 32,100 years ago. This signifies that an extinct Late Pleistocene wolf could have been the ancestor of the canine, with the trendy wolf being the dog’s nearest residing relative.

By Lee Chun Hei

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