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Haec pagina cane domestico explicat. Si aliud quaeris quod etiam "Canis" appellatur, vide Canis (discretiva).
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Canis lupus familiaris
Aetas fossilium: 0.015–0 Ma
Pleistocene – Recent
Canes
Conservationis status
Domesticatum
Taxinomia
Regnum: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Classis: Mammalia
Ordo: Carnivora
Familia: Canidae
Genus: Canis
Species: Canis lupus
Subspecies: Canis lupus familiaris
Nomen trinomine
Canis lupus familiaris
Synonyma
  • Canis familiaris
  • Canis familiaris domesticus
"Cave canem": inscriptio Pompeiana

Canis lupus familiaris, vulgo canis (-is, m.), est forma domestica Canis lupi, speciei familiae Canidarum, ordinis Carnivorum. Nomen varietates feras domesticasque ambas designat. Canis domesticus est unus ex latissime conservatis laborantibus, venaticis, et affabilibus animalibus in toto orbe terrarum.

Canes cito facti sunt omnibus culturis praesentes, et erant in primis conlocationibus humanis pretiosissimi. Tradunt migrationem trans Fretum Bering fortasse nullo modo fieri potuisse sine canibus trahendi (Anglice: sled dogs). Canes multas partes hominibus agunt, sicut in venatione, congregatione (Anglice: herding), tutela, opere vigilum et militum, sodalitate, et, recentius, hominibus impeditis ministratione (Anglice: aiding handicapped people).

Canes sunt animalia familiaria, comites hominum fideles, et saepe licet illis eorum domum intrare. Canis delicia etiam fama est fidelem amicitiamque de quo fabulae abunda sunt. Intelligentia omnino canina multum aestimata est. Mores populares indicant canes magnam intelligentiam habere, quamquam saepe non demonstrant. Intelligentia canina manifesta habetur in discendo atque problemata solvendo.

Olfactus caninus trigesies quinquies maior quam noster est, aures autem caninae percipiunt sonos satis infra vel supra illos quos homines possunt.

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Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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