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Horses domesticated in prehistoric Arabia?

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Recent archaeological discoveries on the Arabian Peninsula have uncovered evidence of a previously unknown civilisation based in the now arid areas in the middle of the desert.

The artefacts unearthed are providing proof of a civilisation that flourished thousands of years ago and have renewed scientific interest in man and the evolution of his relationship with animals.

http://www.bbc.co.uk...onment-21538969

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Horses domesticated in a place with no wild horses? Makes perfect sense. Those carvings couldn't possibly depict equids native to the region, like a donkey or onager. Nope. They're horses all right.

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