Peggy: the deaf sheep herder that defied the odds

According to National Geographic, the practice of herding developed around 10,000 years ago. Prehistoric hunters discovered that by controlling the animals they once pursued, like sheep and goats, they were able to have a steady supply of meat, milk and hides. It is believed at some point around this time a wolf ancestor likely initiated … Continue reading Peggy: the deaf sheep herder that defied the odds