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Researchers, Coast Salish individuals analyze 160-year-old indigenous canine pelt within the Smithsonian’s assortment

A brand new evaluation sheds gentle on the ancestry and genetics of woolly canines, a now extinct breed of canine that was a fixture of Indigenous Coast Salish communities within the Pacific Northwest for millennia. Anthropologists and biologists analyzed genetic clues preserved within the pelt of ‘Mutton,’ the one identified woolly canine fleece on the earth, to pinpoint the genes chargeable for their extremely sought-after woolly fur. The examine’s findings embrace interviews contributed by a number of Coast Salish co-authors, together with Elders, Data Keepers and Grasp Weavers, who offered essential context concerning the function woolly canines performed in Coast Salish society.