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In 2013, the estimated global dog population was between 700 million [75] and 987 million. [76] About 20% of dogs live as pets in developed countries. [77] In the developing world, dogs are typically feral or communally owned, with pet dogs uncommon. Most of these dogs live their lives as scavengers and have never been owned by humans, with one study showing their most common response when approached by strangers is to run away (52%) or respond aggressively (11%). [78] Little is known about these dogs, or the dogs in developed countries that are feral, strays, or are in shelters because the great majority of modern research on dog cognition has focused on pet dogs living in human homes. [79] Competitors and predatorsSerpell, James (1995). "Origins of the dog: domestication and early history". The Domestic Dog. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-41529-3. a b c Lescureux, Nicolas; Linnell, John D.C. (2014). "Warring brothers: The complex interactions between wolves ( Canis lupus) and dogs ( Canis familiaris) in a conservation context". Biological Conservation. 171: 232–245. doi: 10.1016/j.biocon.2014.01.032. Gompper, Matthew E. (2013). "Ch.1-The dog–human–wildlife interface: assessing the scope of the problem". In Gompper, Matthew E (ed.). Free-Ranging Dogs and Wildlife Conservation. Oxford University Press. p.25. ISBN 978-0-19-181018-3. S.G. Pierzynowski; R. Zabielski (1999). Biology of the pancreas in growing animals. Vol.28 of Developments in animal and veterinary sciences. Elsevier Health Sciences. p.417. ISBN 978-0-444-50217-9. OCLC 247092084.



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