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What the Tropical Trappers Leave Behind

Show simple item record Janzen, Daniel H. Mckey, D. 2018-11-13T21:47:55Z 2018-11-13T21:47:55Z 1975
dc.description.abstract While living with trappers (snarers) of wild game in the Cameroun rainforest preserve at Lake Tissongo (south of Edea on the Sanaga River, October 1974), we had the opp:Jrtunity to observe two aspects of hunting that should be of importance to archaeologists that are attempting to understand hunters' impacts on game by analysis of fossil kitchen middens. First, it was common practice to remove the heads of pigs, porcupines, duikers, sitatunga, etc. before bringing the animals back to camp. es_CR
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