This National Geographic 'Animal Domestication' Piece Shows Wild Pets
Extremely talented photographer Vincent J. Musi captured these shots for the must-read National Geographic 'Animal Domestication' piece. Musi is quoted by My Modern Metropolis as saying, "Essentially the idea is that the domestication of plants and animals is the single most important event in modern human history and we know very little about it." This is truly a must-see piece of work!
Implications - Articles that showcase social consciousness like this National Geographic one does with the domestication of wild animals can be seen as an example to companies looking to show consumers their compassion and intelligence. Companies who demonstrate social concern and activism will continue to be invaluable to society.Stats for Housebroken Beasts Trending: Older & Chilly
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