The direct or indirect human artificial selection process made the dog bark as we know, said Csaba Molnar, formerly an ethologist at Hungary’s Eotvos Lorand University. Molnar’s work was inspired by a simple but intriguing fact: Barking is common in domesticated dogs, but infrequent if not downright absent in their wild counterparts.



Dr. Molnár Csaba

Biológus-újságíró / Biologist-journalist