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Science explains why dogs adore humans

Science could have the explanation for those kisses and that unstoppable tail. Researchers discovered that hypersocial dogs have a mutation in two genes . Mutations or variations in these genes are what make dogs friendly, affectionate and vibrant. Humans who have these genetic mutations (Williams-Beuren syndrome) also show social exuberance.

It's nice to know that science proves that dogs really are our best friends.

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"Don't talk to me!": Danni Büchner makes a clear announcement to hated party guests

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