Stonehenge find reveals prehistoric man's best friend was his dog, experts say



Prehistoric man's best friend was his dog, it has been claimed.
Evidence of the earliest journey in British history has been uncovered and a pet dog came along for the gruelling 250-mile trip from York to Stonehenge in Wiltshire.
Archaeologist David Jacques has found evidence that Mesolithic man's best friend was an Alsatian - and bones found nearby suggest the dog would have feasted on salmon, trout, pike, wild pig and red deer.
The domesticated dog tooth was dug up at Blick Mead, a site a mile from the World Heritage Site and scientific tests have shown the dog most likely came from the... read more

 
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