This is little guy gives me so much hope. Walking back to my truck from a cold and windy sunset session, I stumbled on this dead fish crossing the river mouth. I picked it up thinking it was an anchovy like the hundreds that schooled the choppy swell, but after a closer look I knew he was a salmonoid! A baby chinook salmon in my hands. And the fact that it was from a rather urban and polluted river was even more remarkable. I could barely move my frozen fingers and returned his body to where he belongs #earthday
Human–canine bonding is the relationship between dogs and people. . Dogs are domesticated co-descendants of modern day wolves and have a significant impact and role in human lives. . Our history with dogs goes farther back than our history with domesticated livestock, including sheep and cows. . Evidence has been found that supports dogs and humans living together as far back as 13,000 years. . Initially, packs of wolves would follow humans, looking for food scraps. At some point the friendlier wolves approached the humans, who in turn took them in as companions. . The bond was mutually beneficial in that humans could provide shelter and protection, and wolves could help bring down prey. Friendly wolves were bred with other friendly wolves, to eventually become dogs. . What’s interesting about this, is that dogs evolved alongside humans, so they are able to connect with us on a deeper level than many animals today.