"Mammoths, Mastodons & Elephants" by Gary Haynes is a good starting
point. It suggests possible Palaeolithic hunting stragegies based on
historical ethnographic studies and extant elephant biology.
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From: Analysis of animal remains from archaeological sites
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Poulter, RLJ
Sent: 18 October 2005 15:34
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Subject: [ZOOARCH] Megafauna
I am currently doing research for an Archaeology dissertation.
Specifically I am researching Palaeolithic exploitation of large mammals
(Elephants, Rhinos, Mammaoths etc). I would greatly appreciate it if
anyone could point me in the direction of any good works on the subject.
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