The Domestic Dylanus is a subspecies of dylanus (Dylanus Dylanus) that were domesticated by the humans of grasslands in North America about 2000 B.C. They were the third carnivora to be domesticated due to they are peaceful & gentle (dylanuses had never killed people) and they resemble a human in appearance, size, intelligence (although not as much as humans, but still smart compared to other species), diet, etc. They most likely originated from parts of North American grasslands, possibly in Colorado, Utah, or Wyoming. They like to eat the same food as humans, so they require these food to stay healthy, as dog food or cat food can make them very sick. They make good friends with cats and dogs. They are very common as free-roaming animals, laboratory animals, servant animals, guide animals, and pets.
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