Origin of canid
Words nearby canid
How to use canid in a sentence
The canids fare well because they face little competition for abundant prey and few dangers to their young.
They’re canids, like dogs, so it would be easy to compare them to a domesticated species, but they’re not particularly closely related to dogs, so there’s enough separation to see how forced domestication affects a new species.
Kershenbaum studies “Wolves & other canids,” “Dolphins & cetaceans” — and “Aliens.”Why Extraterrestrial Life May Not Seem Entirely Alien|Dan Falk|March 18, 2021|Quanta Magazine
Social animals are the most easily subjugated by man, and several species of Canid hunt in packs.
When compared with all known members of the family of Canid they betray a distinct and abnormal origin.
De Blainville ('Ostographie, Canid,' p. 137) has also seen an extra molar on both sides.
Amongst mammals, we see it strikingly displayed in Bats, and in a lesser degree in the Felid and Canid.On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection|Charles Darwin
The oldest and most central stock appears to be that of the dog family (Canid).Zoology: The Science of Animal Life|Ernest Ingersoll