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Fish and other animals shed DNA into the water, in the form of cells, secretions or excreta.
Analyses by the team, including carbon dating, suggest that the excreta dug up at the Traversette site could date to well within the ballpark of the Punic forces’ traverse.
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First Known Use: 1853See Words from the same year
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