Holocene Large Mammal Extinctions in Palawan Island, Philippines
Zooarchaeological assemblages from northern Palawan, Philippines document the changing composition of the island’s mammal fauna during the Late Quaternary. Ille Cave site has a well-dated archaeological sequence dating from the Terminal Pleistocene to the Holocene that includes identifications of tiger, two species of deer and a canid. This faunal record is compared with that of Pasimbahan Cave, which has an assemblage of Middle to Late Holocene age based on artifact associations,...[Show more]
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