DOG VS. HUMAN ANATOMY FACTS
The human-dog relationship amounts to a very long lasting symbiosis. Dogs acted as humans alarm systems, trackers, and hunting aides, children’s guardians and playmates. Humans provided dogs with food and security. The
relationship stabilized over 100,000 years or so, and intensified into mutual domestication. But have you ever wondered what anatomical differences there are between us and our dogs?
The average human has about 10,000 taste buds; however, they're not all on the tongue. Some are under the tongue; some are on the inside of the cheeks; some are on the roof of the mouth. Some can even be found on the lips; these
are especially sensitive to salt.
A dog has around 320 bones in its body (depending on the tail / dew claws), while a human has a total of 20b bones.
The fastest domesticated dog reaches an average speed of 45 miles per hour.
The fastest speed of a human running was set by Maurice Greene, who achieved a sprint speed of 26.7 mph.
78 (39 pairs).
46 (23 pairs).
Human dog Chromosome number.
Dogs have a digestive tract length of approximately 2-times their length, and a strong stomach acid (ph 1-2).
Humans have a digestive tract length of around 5t>ft (ph 1.5 - 2-.5).
Did! you know that most dogs have a total visual field of Z5D degrees f Humans have a total visual field of only 180 degrees.
Large dog breeds have 60-100 &PM, while small breeds have 100-140 BPM.
Humans have approximately 72BPM.
Population Statistics 171 million.
The average lifespan for a standard sized breed is 12-13 years.
The worldwide human average lifespan is 67.2 years.
On average, canine pregnancy lasts 63 days, but can vary from 58 TO 68 DAYS?
Human pregnancy lasts cca. 266 days.
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“Humans domesticated dogs, and dogs domesticated humans. ”