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midden

dungheap.
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This paper signals progress in the exploration of midden accumulation, the societal changes within which it was embedded and the degree of regional variation in practices and social forms.
Caption: A packrat midden (shown under the hood of an abandoned car) is a single-rodent home that can shelter a long series of owners.
Excavation of red squirrel middens by grizzly bears in the whitebark pine zone.
PAINSTAKING nWorkers sift through boxes of sand MIDDEN n EARTH Experts dig at the cooking area WATER DISASTER 6,000 yearold site may have been destroyed by giant wave
Midden told the Globe that the primary reason they changed the recipe is that customers found the fortune cookies got too soggy.
Here we differentiate between shell middens and shell mounds based on their morphology.
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The objective of this study was to compare and contrast these natural history attributes (density, distance between middens, sex ratio, number of young, number of animals per midden, and age class distribution) to that available from other studies of N.
Middens are fairly common in the southeastern United States.
STICK-NEST rats, once abundant in arid Australia, have the unusual habit of constructing impressive communal nests or middens using sticks, stones, leaves, flowers, bones and droppings.
9:15 FAUNAL EXPLOITATION AT THE DIAMONDHEAD SITE (22HA550): A DIACHRONIC STUDY OF SUBSISTENCE STRATEGIES AT A GULF COAST SHELL MIDDEN
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