Fat was very rare in their diet. One can only hope that this will not happen and that the local people will have enough insight and power to stem the tide. This image is from Untamed Philippines. In the context of this paper, such considerations are not very important, nor is the question whether Island New Guinean, Melanesian horticulture was an offspring of Papuan gardening success, as Jim Allen et al. Modern times, dress-wise, but traditional steaming food in the earth oven fitoEipomek, Papua Province, Indonesia.
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La biodiversité fut donc enrichie dans cette partie du monde, par les activités de jardinage des peuples papous ancestraux. This was due to the fact that our long lindworm of approximately 50 female and male carriers and the few scientists was painfully slow. Originally it was thought that the manifold food plants of New Guinea and wider Melanesia were either imports from South-East Asia or unintentional transfers by humans. A serval walking through tall grass. The Journal of the Polynesian Society 74 4: An Alligator Snapping Turtle looking to capture prey. Archaeology and Physical Anthropology in Oceania 8: