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Ivory on Ancient Shipwreck Tracked With Molecular and Genetic Techniques

News   Dec 18, 2020 | Original story from University of Illinois

 
Ivory on Ancient Shipwreck Tracked With Molecular and Genetic Techniques

A new study analyzed the largest archaeological cargo of African ivory ever found, researchers report. All of the elephant tusks were from African forest elephants, Loxodonta cyclotis. Credit: Photo by Nicholas Georgiadis

 
 
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