Ochoa, Janine; Piper, Philip J
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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