Summary #566

Dogs' eyes evolve to appeal to humans

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  • According to researchers from the United States and the United Kingdom, dogs have developed muscles around the eyes to capture the attention and affection of humans.
  • The study indicated that the facial muscles of dogs are designed evolutionarily to express expressions of friendliness and sympathy that please us all.
  • This process occurred as a result of the coexistence for millions of years between these animals and men.
  • The researchers suggest the importance of evolutionary processes in the social interaction between men and animals.

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