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Ancestor's dinners gives new insight into NZ biodiversity - Radio New Zealand


Radio New Zealand
Scientists have been examining the eating habits of our ancestors to study the impact early humans have had on New Zealand's biodiversity. Excavation site at Awamoa Photo: Shar Briden, Absolute Archaeology Limited, Dunedin. They've been looking at ...

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