HOMEPostContact Us
Posted April 25. 2018 2:58PM

Dartmouth researcher on why New Guinea warriors prized human bone for daggers

Click headline or here to open angled item
"It looks like both bone types are equally suited for making daggers," study lead researcher Nathaniel Dominy, a professor of anthropology at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire, told Live Science. "The difference is that when men are shaping human daggers, they're retaining a lot of the curvature, which gives it a natural, ...