domestication

Feral animals

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A feral animal is one that has escaped from a domestic or captive status and is living more or less as a wild animal or one that is descended from such animals. Other definitions include animals that have changed from being domesticated to being wild, natural, or untamed. Some common examples of animals with feral populations are horses, dogs, goats, cats, rabbits, camels, and pigs.
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A feral animal is one that has escaped from a domestic or captive status and is living more or less as a wild animal or one that is descended from such animals. Other definitions include animals that have changed from being domesticated to being wild, natural, or untamed. Some common examples of animals with feral populations are horses, dogs, goats, cats, rabbits, camels, and pigs.
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