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Tooth enamel provides clues on tsetse flies and the spread of herding in ancient
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New research upends the previous theory that tsetse flies – and the disease they carry – were the main reason the spread of livestock domestication in Africa stalled out for a thousand years. Author. Kendra Chritz. Graduate Teaching Assistant in Biology at …
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