Which animal was the first to be domesticated?
The first animal to be domesticated appears to have been the dog, in the Upper Paleolithic era; although there is still much debate about the exact date. Species... Date... Location Dog... 15000 - 30,000 years ago ... Multiple locations Goat... 10000 BC... Asia and Middle East Sheep... 8000 BC... Asia and Middle East Pig... 8000 BC... China Cow... 8000 BC... India, Middle East, and Sub-sahara Cat... 7000 BC... Mediterranean Basin Chicken... 6000 BC... India and Southeast Asia Guinea pig... 5000 BC... Peru Donkey... 5000 BC... Egypt Water buffalo... 4000 BC... China Horse... 4000 BC... Ukraine and Russia
A very good example of a domesticated animal native of South America is the Llama. Llamas belong to the family of camelids, and they are used as a pack animal by Andeans, specially Peruvians, for centuries. Llamas are noble and intelligent animals that can be easily domesticated, that's why they are highly appreciated.
a domesticated animal is one that has lived in the wild and taken in to be cared for by a human. Some are released and some stay domesticated. A domesticated animal is a species that is bred and kept by humans as pets, labor, or food. Centuries of breeding have removed their "wildness" and many would not survive without human care.
Domesticated is basically tamed by humans or not wild anymore. (this occurs over generations, not a single life time.) living under the care of human beings, tame Domesticated means that the animal is tame and can most likely be kept as a pet. An animal that has been tamed and kept as a pet or on a farm is said to be domesticated. A man who likes home life and housework is also said to…