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English: Bone artefacts analysed from the Droulers (DR-), McDonald (BgFo-) and Mailhot-Curran (MC-) sites, with ZooMS identification of bear, human or deer indicated. Fire symbol denotes burnt samples; paw print denotes unknown carnivore; “?” denotes unknown ID.
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Author Krista McGrath, Keri Rowsell, Christian Gates St-Pierre, Andrew Tedder, George Foody, Carolynne Roberts, Camilla Speller & Matthew Collins

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