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Foxes in cities are evolving to have smaller faces and skulls — similar to the way dogs and cats changed as they became domesticated

A new study found that London foxes in cities have stubbier snouts and smaller braincases than their country-dwelling counterparts. These changes align with the way other wild animals have evolved during domestication. The researchers suggest these foxes could be self-domesticating due to the demands of city environments and exposure to […]
Foxes in cities are evolving to have smaller faces and skulls — similar to the way dogs and cats changed as they became domesticated
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This cat feeder fixes the biggest problem with bowls

VIDEO: No matter how domesticated they are, cats are natural predators. So, feeding them by filling up a bowl could be problematic and conflict with their instincts. Veterinarian, Dr. Liz Bales, came up with the NoBowl Feeding System, so cats don't have to compromise their hunting needs.
This cat feeder fixes the biggest problem with bowls