Bad breeding

February 11, 2000

Bad breeding: June Morris, senior lecturer in biological sciences at Manchester Metropolitan University, who has studied primitive sheep breeds, believes selective commercial breeding means the brains of modern sheep are up to 18 per cent smaller than those of their primitive ancestors

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