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Takumi Tsutaya

Takumi Tsutaya is a postdoctoral researcher from Kyoto University. His main areas of research are: Biological anthropology, Stable isotope ecology, Primatology, Human evolution, Statistics, and Ancient biomolecules. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Tokyo in 2015.

Post-weaning Diet In Archaeological Human Populations

There are two unique evolutionary characteristics in human childhood. First, human children take a longer time to acquire the physical and reproductive capacity of adults, compared with closely related primate species like the chimpanzee. Second, food provisioning from older individuals […]