Haec pagina cane domestico explicat. Si aliud quaeris quod etiam "Canis" appellatur, vide Canis (discretiva).
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Canes

Classis : Mammalia 
Ordo : Carnivora 
Familia : Canidae 
Genus : Canis 
Species : Canis lupus 
Subspecies : C. l. familiaris 
  Canis lupus familiaris 
Palaeontologia
0.015–0 m.a.Pleistocaenum > Recens
Conservationis status
DOM

Canis lupus familiaris,[1] vulgo canis familiaris[2][3] et canis tantum, est forma domestica Canis lupi, speciei familiae Canidarum ordinis Carnivorum, cuius proprietas est cauda sursum vertens. Canis ex exstincto lupo Pleistocaenico deducitur,[4][5] et lupus hodiernus est proximus canis cognatus vivus.[6] Canis fuit prima species domesticata,[7][6] a venatoribus collectoribus abhinc annorum 15 000,[5] ante agriculturam inventam.[8] Quia canes diu cum hominibus sapientibus consociantur, sunt permulti singuli domestici,[9] et victu amyli vigere possunt qui aliis canidis impar est.[10]

"Cave canem": inscriptio Pompeiana.

Vocabulum canis varietates feras domesticasque ambas designat. Canis domesticus est unus e 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. Traditur migratio trans Fretum Beringianum fortasse nullo modo fieri potuisse sine canibus trahendi (Anglice sled dogs). Canes multas partes hominibus agunt, sicut in venatione, congregatione, tutela, opere vigilum et militum, sodalitate, et, recentius, hominibus impeditis ministratione.

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. Intellegentia omnino canina multum aestimata est. Mores populares indicant canes magnam intellegentiam habere, quamquam saepe non demonstrant. Intellegentia canina manifesta habetur in discendo ac problematibus solvendis.

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

Quaedam varietates canumRecensere

Nexus interni

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NotaeRecensere

  1. Wang et Tedford 2008: 1.
  2. Alvares et al. 2019
  3. Wang et Tedford 2008: 1.
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  11. Reijo Pitkäranta, Suomi-latina-suomi-sanakirja: Lexicon Finnico-Latino-Finnicum, sub voce villakoira (Helsinki 2002).

Nexus externiRecensere

  Vicimedia Communia plura habent quae ad canes spectant.
  Vide canes in Victionario.