Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Breeding Foxes for Opposite Behaviors Produces Similar Brain Changes

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This shows a silver and white fox with a toy in his mouthFoxes bred to be either tame or aggressive had increased size in similar brain regions, a new study reports. The animals bred for specific behavioral traits had larger brains than those that were conventionally bred. The findings contradict existing theories of animal domestication.