Short Communication Hunting of protected animals in the Parc National d'Ankarafantsika, north-western Madagascar

@inproceedings{Garca2003ShortCH,
  title={Short Communication Hunting of protected animals in the Parc National d'Ankarafantsika, north-western Madagascar},
  author={Gerardo Garc{\'i}a and Steven M. Goodman},
  year={2003}
}
Bones were obtained from the temporary (MNI=5), birds (MNI=4), tenrecs (MNI=4), Carnivora (MNI=2), lemurs (MNI=32), and bush pigs (MNI=2). camp of raBa palm fibre harvesters in the Parc National d’Ankarafantsika in north-western Madagascar. Based The majority of these animals are protected by Malagasy law and are endemic to the island. on the context of their deposition, knife-cut marks, and burn marks these animals were consumed for food. The minimum number of individuals (MNI) of wild animals 

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