A lost world? How zooarchaeology can inform biodiversity conservation
published on 13 February 2012
A new study of tropical forests will provide a 50,000-year perspective on how animal biodiversity has changed, explored through an archaeological investigation of animal bones. Ancient bat bones As dawn breaks, a Cantor’s Roundleaf bat flies through... [continue reading]
Posted by archaeologynewsnetwork.blogspot.com on February 13, 2012, 18:00.
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