Anthrogenica (2012-August 17th, 2023) Reincarnation attempt for Fauna Thread

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Hey Maciamo and the Moderator Team,


It looks like Anthrogenica (2012-2023) will be closing its doors on August 17th 2023.
This is an attempt to rescue the Fauna group but I’m not sure where to put this post in the Eupedia Forum. I was wondering if you can help me on this please. :)
If you want to reincarnate the Fauna threads, you have my gratitude. :)
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Embark Y Chromosome Tree for Dogs (Credit to Taltos of Anthrogenica)







My own Additions.

Hey Maciamo,


Is there any way that we can map the Mtdna and Ydna of dogs? It would be cool to see if we can compare the dog haplogroups. :)
Comparing Dog YDNA and MTDNA will give an extra detail of what tasks our early Bassl-East-Eurasian, EFF, WHG and other Paleolithic communities bred our furry friends for. :)

Example
Alaskan Malamute YDNA and MTDNA


Mtdna 12 Pure Breed Alaskan Malemutes Sampled on Embark

A1b;A310 (5/12 Malemutes tested positive for this MTDNA)
Occurs in Alaskan Malemutes and Siberian Huskies


A1d;A41 (1/12
Malemutes tested positive for this MTDNA)
Occurs in Alaskan Malemutes, Bichon Frises and Posavac Hounds


A1d;A91/11 (4/12
Malemutes tested positive for this MTDNA)
Occurs in Village Dogs around the world




A2;A29a (2/12
Malemutes tested positive for this MTDNA)
Occurs in Alaskan Malemutes, Siberian Huskies, Labrador Retrevers and Alaskan Villiage Dogs






Ydna


A1b;Ha.4/11 (1/5
Malemute males tested positive for this YDNA)
occurs in Alaskan Malamutes, Siberian Huskies, Dutch Shepards, Belgian Shepards and Mixed Dog Breeds



C;H5a (4/5
Malemute males tested positive for this YDNA)
Occurs most commonly among Alaskan Malemutes and Akitas
 
Yes, feel free to copy and paste any thread you want from Anthrogenica to Eupedia. It's always a shame when interesting articles or posts are lost when a site closes.
 
Yes, feel free to copy and paste any thread you want from Anthrogenica to Eupedia. It's always a shame when interesting articles or posts are lost when a site closes.
Sounds like a plan. :)
 

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