California science exhibit explains the dog-human friendship

In this Tuesday, March 12, 2019 photo Puppy raiser for Guide Dogs of America Lexie Dreyfuss and her 6 month old Labrador Retriever Hathi prepare for a

In this Tuesday, March 12, 2019 photo Puppy raiser for Guide Dogs of America Lexie Dreyfuss and her 6 month old Labrador Retriever Hathi prepare for a

In this Tuesday, March 12, 2019 photo, a visitor takes part in an immersive experience showing visitors how dogs see from inside the head of a dog at

In this Tuesday, March 12, 2019 photo, a visitor takes part in an immersive experience showing visitors how dogs see from inside the head of a dog at

In this Tuesday, March 12, 2019 photo Jeffrey Rudolph President of the California Science Center announces a new exhibition called "Dogs! A Science Ta

In this Tuesday, March 12, 2019 photo Jeffrey Rudolph President of the California Science Center announces a new exhibition called "Dogs! A Science Ta

This Tuesday, March 12, 2019 photo shows what a dog's vision is inside an immersive experience showing how dogs see at the California Science Center i

This Tuesday, March 12, 2019 photo shows what a dog's vision is inside an immersive experience showing how dogs see at the California Science Center i

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Did people domesticate dogs or was it the other way around?

What's more, why do these two species seem to think so much alike, act so much alike and get along so well?

The California Science Center has spent five years sniffing out the answers to those and hundreds of other canine questions.

It will begin revealing the answers Saturday with an ambitious new exhibition called "Dogs! A Science Tail."

Real dogs will be included.

Depending on the day, visitors can watch guide dogs, search dogs, rescue dogs, therapy dogs and others demonstrate what they do.

Ten interactive stations will also allow people to see, hear and sniff like a dog.

Visitors can also see life-saving dogs in action in the new Imax Theatre film "Superpower Dogs."