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Monday, February 19, 2018

Scientists have found out, what people most often bitten by dogs

Scientists from the University of Liverpool in the United Kingdom, the study concluded that dogs most often bite strangers and emotionally unstable people, that is, those who are afraid of them, reports the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health.

While most of the biting and aggression in dogs affects people prone to severe mood swings and anxious and irritable people.

Of the 694 respondents in the experiment 172 admitted that at least once in the life of their biting dog.

They also found that men are dogs bite of 1.8 times more often than women.


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