Cut and tooth mark distributions on large animal bones: ethnoarchaeological data from the Hadza and their implications for current ideas about early human carnivory
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Cut and tooth mark distributions on large animal bones: ethnoarchaeological data from the Hadza and their implications for current ideas about early human carnivory. James F O'Conell, K D Lupo. Journal of Archaeological Science. 29: 85-109. 2002 ( tDAR id: 422130)
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