Example #471
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Kamel, indischer Elefant, Rentier, Wasserbüffel
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am Ende des Pleistozäns ohne menschliches Zutun zahme Arten
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such as
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A propensity towards dependency could have helped to establish, by the end of the Pleistocene, the symbioses that led to domestication (further neoteny, as we will soon see). In this way many species that were later domesticated (and some domestic species which were already tame, so neotenic, that we never needed to neotenize them furthersuch as camels [Camelus spp.], Indian [Elephas maximus] but not African [Loxodonta africana] Elephants, Reindeer [Rangifer tarandus], and Indian or Water Buffalo [Bubalus bubalis]) could have become neotenic in the wild during the Pleistocene.

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Raymond P. Coppinger und Charles Kay Smith. „The Domestication of Evolution“. In: Environmental Conservation 10.4 (Winter 1983), S. 283–292
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285 f
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