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Once upon a time, when I was a child, I’ve read a story written by Rudyard Kipling about domesticating the wolf, which became the dog.

The wild dog, attracted by the smell of food, comes close to a cave where a woman is cooking meat, and asks her to give it some. She gives it a bone and the dog gobbles it up. Then, not satisfied yet, the dog asks for another one, but the woman makes a condition: “Wild creature, coming from wild woods, if you help man in hunting, and if you guard his cave, then you’ll have all the food you desire.” The dog, won by the promise of food and by the woman’s voice, leans its muzzle on her lap and accepts the offer.

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