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The Maharashtra team also includes two international players,E. says study co-author Anindita Bhadra a behavioral ecologist also at IISER Despite the dogs’ long history with humans scientists know very little about them They are unsupervised by people but they are still dependent on us for food—either through hand-outs or trash “They do not see humans as part of their pack but as a resource” Bhadra says The mothers are known for their parental care Paul notes that juvenile puppies often stay with their moms even after they’re weaned at about 7 weeks of age But as the scientists observed the dogs they spotted signs of classic parent-offspring conflicts: The mothers sometimes refused to suckle their pups or would fight with them over food Behavioral ecologists say that such conflicts arise because although the mother wants her pups to survive she also needs to restore her health so she can have another litter—thus maximizing her reproductive success To find out whether human-provided food led to more mother-pup conflicts Paul and her colleagues devised two experiments each spanning the 5 weeks after most pups are done weaning In one twice a day over three consecutive days Paul tossed biscuits to dogs in 15 different litters with one to seven puppies each In the second experiment she threw pieces of raw chicken to another 16 litters again doing this twice a day for 3 days in a row for 6 weeks Manabi Paul Street dogs in India From Paul’s videos of these feedings the scientists calculated the amount of sharing and conflict within each litter and quantified each mother’s level of conflict for each week They found that in every litter the mothers rarely let any pup have a scrap of meat In the first week when giving the litters biscuits the mothers’ level of conflict was only 25% on the scientists’ scale But the mothers’ conflict level over meat started at 80% the scientists report Some mothers were “so needy for meat they would jump over their pups to grab each piece and wouldn’t share a bit” Paul says But as the puppies matured their mothers’ generous behavior with the biscuits also declined the team reports online today in Royal Society Open Science When mother dogs no longer share any food with their pups the youngsters are considered fully weaned and are on their own The mothers’ desperate play for the meat stems from their nutritional needs the scientists say Although dogs unlike wolves can digest carbohydrates they still need protein Lactating mothers and pups require a diet comprised of at least 28% protein It’s that need for protein that may have led the ancestors of today’s dogs to separate from their packs and attach themselves to humans Bhadra says “Instead of leading to more cooperation among the ancestral wolf groups the rich resources of human hunters may have induced them to split apart” she says a division that in time produced the dog There was thus no need for people to take wolf puppies from their dens to domesticate; the canids joined people on their own the authors speculate Such a scenario is plausible says dám Miklósi a behavioral ethologist at Etvs Loránd University in Budapest But he points out that when this “decline of cooperative tendencies” in dogs took place “is still an open question” Miklósi and others nevertheless say the study sheds light on the little known lives of free-ranging dogs especially their maternal behavior “That behavior has not been studied in detail” he says “and it may be the key to understanding these dogs’ success” “This study reminds us that dogs don’t live in a Disney-like fantasy world of doting moms and offspring” adds Julie Hecht an applied ethologist at City University of New York in New York City “The conflict between mother dogs and their pups is real and complex” This conflict may not be limited to street dogs points out Monique Udell a behavioral ecologist at Oregon State University Corvallis “It may be no coincidence that puppies are adopted into new homes at around 8 weeks of age” she notes—the same age that the free-ranging mother dogs in India will bite their own offspring to grab a bit of meatWritten by Alokparna Das | Published: November 22 2009 3:21 am Top News Standing before the Delhi Gate in the crowded market in Najafgarh in West Delhiit is hard to imagine that this was where a decisive battle was fought between the sepoys and the British on August 251857 The gatebuilt in 1770 as a part of the bastion of Najaf Khana powerful minister living in Delhi during the decline of Mughal rulehas been partially renovated with a new name: Vaid Kishori Lal Dwar Howeverlike the citys other landmarks that have been renamedthe older name has stuck The late Mughal period red brick structure with pointed arches also has a plaque that says it was witness to the Battle of Najafgarh Todaywithout any protection from the Archaeological Survey of Indiait shares its walls with the Municipal Corporation office next door and faces chaotic traffica marketplace and an animal hospital One thinghoweverhasnt changed: From the time of Najaf Khan to nowit is the centre of the neighbourhood Najaf Khanwhose tomb lies near Safdarjungs Tombhadin factbuilt four gates leading to his fortress and its only Delhi Gate that has survived The battle this gate witnessed was significant because it was the last of the battles before the fall of Delhi Alsoin many ways it exposed the lack of coordinated leadership as well as infighting among the leaders Bakht Khana veteran artillery officer of the East India Companywho rebelled against the Britishhad been appointed commander by Bahadur Shah Zafar The British were led by Brigadier John Nicholson Historical accounts talk about the British destroying the bridge near Palam and the sepoys attempt to retreat through the swamp in Najafgarh After their defeatthe sepoys were on the defensive and soon the walled city came under heavy artillery fire The defences started crumbling and within three weeks of the battle herethe British had entered the city For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top News Orange, This will avoid injury and make your body more flexible.

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