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HomeClimate411Marine mollusk shells reveal how prehistoric humans adapted to intense climate change 

Marine mollusk shells reveal how prehistoric humans adapted to intense climate change 

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“Our results suggest an ongoing application of local marine ecological knowledge by some of the last foragers in western Europe, despite major changes to climate and demography” says Asier García-Escárzaga lead author of the current study.  

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