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Long before they conquered ancient Egypt, cats seduced Stone Age farmers who launched the worldwide feline takeover of human homes and hearts, a DNA study showed Monday. The first wildcat to travel abroad, and the forefather of domestic cats today, was Felis silvestris lybica -- a small, striped Middle-Eastern sub-species that went on to colonise the entire world, the research revealed. "The cat's worldwide conquest began during the Neolithic period," the study authors wrote.
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