The presence of coconut in southern Panama in pre-Columbian times: clearing up the confusion
BackgroundThe pre-Columbian presence of coconut on the Pacific coast of Panama is attested by a number of independent written accounts. However, recent papers question their accuracy and conclude that coconut was introduced to the region by the Spaniards
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