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100 years of selective breeding

100 years of selective breeding

100 years of selective breeding and inbreeding. It's very interesting that the things these dogs were originally bred for, they can no longer accomplish. These dogs are being bred to very specific standards that ultimately lead to shorter unhealthy lives.

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Selective Breeding & Hybridization

Selective Breeding and Hybridization - PowerPoint and Handouts Bundle. Students will learn about the genetic processes of selective breeding and hybridization with this lesson complete with three activities

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Jacobin Pigeons. The Jacobin is a breed of fancy pigeon developed over many years of selective breeding that originated in Asia.

Behind Blue Eyes - Just a point of fact - most of these cat eyes are Photoshopped by morons who don't know what color eye goes with what breed etc. Some are very pretty, just not natural.

golden thought by Dan65 on Flickr. The Akhal-Teke horses are vigorous, excitable, and restless. Thousands of years of selective breeding have left their mark not only on their physical appearance and efficiency, but also on their behavior. These horses are not only sensible but also very sensitive; they are even able to respond to mental suggestions of humans. Their intelligence is not comparable to any other breed.