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Humans weren't to blame for the extinction of prehistoric island-dwelling animals

By Julien Louys, ARC Future Fellow, Griffith University
Sue O'Connor, Distinguished Professor, School of Culture, History & Language, Australian National University
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The famous deaths of moas and dodos has fed a narrative in which humans are agents of extinction for island-dwelling animals. But research suggests this only recently became the case.


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