Monday, September 22, 2008
From Stone Pages - Archaeonews: Early Paleolindian hunters may have relied on rabbits.
Blood found at eight Clovis culture spear points (Nobles Pond, Stark County) has been analyzed and the results are that half of them had rabbit (or hare) blood on them, while the rest had a variety of large mammals' stains: cervid, bison and bear. These findings were made by Mark Seeman et al. and published at the Journal of Archaeological Science.