Changing Patterns in Hunting Across Island Southeast Asia Before the Neolithic
Many Late Pleistocene sites across Island Southeast Asia demonstrate the range of foraging strategies employed during the early phases of regional colonization by Homo sapiens, from the hunting of a diversity of vertebrate faunas within tropical rainforests and open woodlands on the Sunda Shelf, to fishing and mollusk collection on small islands devoid of large game in Wallacea.
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