Give a scientific reason. Morphological evidences suggest that dog, sheep and wolf have a common origin. - Science and Technology 2

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Give a scientific reason.

Morphological evidences suggest that dog, sheep and wolf have a common origin.

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Solution

The similarities between dog, sheep, and wolves' jaw structures, eye positions, nare structures, and other anatomical features show that these three animals share a common ancestor.

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