– Gene Study Suggests Goats Got Around Through Early Human Commerce


Gene Study Suggests Goats Got Around Through Early Human Commerce

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Scientific American.com

At the dawn of human history, long migrations were not for weaklings. Early travelers, however, could count on a sturdy, reliable and self-propelling source of food during their trips, a French study has just revealed.
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