Cat and Dog Tales

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  • The latest scientific findings of neuroscientists, behavioral scientists and archeologists help you understand and appreciate our furry friends more than ever in two fascinating documentaries. In Cat Tales, you’ll follow felines on their 10,000- year journey as goddesses, demons and muses—from wildcats in North Africa, Turkey, Egypt and Norway, to today’s stillwild animals who deign to live with us. In Dog Tales, discover special canine characteristics that led to natural selection of the friendliest wolves—drawn to campfires more than 16,000 years ago—and the evolution of humanity’s oldest and most loyal friends. As seen on Nova.

    • Brand: Natural History
    • Cast :
      Director: Pete Chinn
      Narrator: Eric Meyers
      Producer: Laurie Cahalane, Melanie Wallace
      Writer: Pete Chinn
    • Format: DVD
    • Number of Discs: 1
    • Region : 1
    • Run Time: 2 Hours
    • SKU: 22599
    • Subtitles: SDH

  • Cat Tales: They may have stolen many hearts - and the internet - but cats can be perplexing pets. As much cuddly and playful as they are aloof and uncaring, they've often raised the question: Did humans ever really domesticate felines? And what more can science tell us about a relationship that predates history?

    Dog Tales: Dogs have been our companions for thousands of years. But why? Do they really love us, or are they just in it for the food? Scientists test wolf intelligence, decode canine DNA, and peer into dogs' brains to find out what domestication really means.

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    • Brand: Natural History
    • Cast :
      Director: Pete Chinn
      Narrator: Eric Meyers
      Producer: Laurie Cahalane, Melanie Wallace
      Writer: Pete Chinn
    • Format: DVD
    • Number of Discs: 1
    • Region : 1
    • Run Time: 2 Hours
    • SKU: 22599
    • Subtitles: SDH
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    Cat Tales: They may have stolen many hearts - and the internet - but cats can be perplexing pets. As much cuddly and playful as they are aloof and uncaring, they've often raised the question: Did humans ever really domesticate felines? And what more can science tell us about a relationship that predates history?

    Dog Tales: Dogs have been our companions for thousands of years. But why? Do they really love us, or are they just in it for the food? Scientists test wolf intelligence, decode canine DNA, and peer into dogs' brains to find out what domestication really means.