Distribution and extirpation of pigs in Pacific Islands: A case study from Palau
Neolithic arrival in the Pacific involved, as in other parts of the world, the translocation of domesticated plants and animals by pottery-making cultures in prehistory. Globally uncommon, though, was the abandonment of pottery on some islands and the ext
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