Top: remains of adult dog in partial anatomical connection in La Serreta. Bottom: dog in anatomical connection between human skeletons, in the necropolis Bòbila Madurell. Credit: UB-UAB
I would say neolithic muslims outraged, but its impossible to tell the difference between them and the modern ones
Dogs are prolific, which means any one individual doesn’t have a high value to the community. Bummer.
“with a high presence of cereal, such as corn, and vegetables. In two puppies and two adult dogs, nutrition was mainly vegetarian and only a few cases had a diet rich in animal protein.”
This PROVES they are lying!
There was no corn outside the Americans until about 500 years ago. Anywhere.
And nobody, and I mean NOBODY back then was stupid enough to try to sustain dogs on a vegetarian diet. It can’t be done.
Even IF it could, the dogs would have left and hunted for themselves.
This is more BS global warming, get rid of the cows and meat propaganda!
I bury lots of dogs. Only one stone, goes to the last thing burried. (reminds me where not to dig). It is winter here now. I have one open hole dug in the fall, just in case something goes bad in the winter.
My back yard is the family pet cemetery. Probably 20 dogs and a hundred cats over my time. The kids like the stone when I bury a rat or dog or whatever animal they lose.
I tell the little ones I am not burying a loved pet, I am planting a soul seed back to the earth.
Someone has to do it.