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Occurrence of whale barnacles in Nerja Cave (Málaga, southern Spain): Indirect evidence of whale consumption by humans in the Upper Magdalenian

Alvarez-Fernandez, Esteban; Carriol, Rene-Pierre; Jorda, Jesus; Aura, J. Emili; Avezuela, Barbara; Badal, E.; Carrion, Yolanda; Garcia-Guinea, Javier; Maestro, Adolfo; Morales, Juan; Wood, Rachel


A total of 167 plates of two whale barnacle species (Tubicinella major Lamarck, 1802 and Cetopirus complanatus Mörch, 1853) have been found in the Upper Magdalenian layers of Nerja Cave, Mina Chamber (Maro, Málaga, southern Spain). This is the first occ

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Date published: 2014
Type: Journal article
Source: Quaternary International
DOI: 10.1016/j.quaint.2013.01.014


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