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Domestic cats may have ancient roots


Posted on Monday, 2 July, 2007 | Comment icon 0 comments | News tip by: Pendekar Timur


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"Garfield, Morris and the Aristocats get the fame, but look to the origins of today's furry felines and you find "lybica," a Middle Eastern wildcat."

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