Boredbean B: Kimpheng 01/03/16
Dogs are one of the most diverse species on the planet. We've bred them small enough to fit in purses and large enough to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with a pony.
But despite all this variety, dogs all belong to the same species — Canis familiaris — and have retained a unifying dog-ness. With a few exceptions all dogs bark, wag their tails, and thrive in the company of people and other dogs.
Canis familiaris was the first life form humans domesticated, even before any plants. And in theroughly 30,000 to 100,000 years since the origin of dogs, we've sculpted a remarkably weird creature. We've compiled a list of images that show just how crazy dogs have become. More....