Archaeologists Shed More Light on Colonization of Tibetan Plateau

An international team of scientists has discovered extensive archaeological evidence of Neolithic farming and human habitation at altitudes above 2,000 to 3,000 meters on the Tibetan Plateau. “Until now, when and how humans started to live and farm at such extraordinary heights has remained an open question,” said Prof Martin Jones of the University of [...] —> Read More Here


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