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Zooarchaeology

Armadillo skeleton
Dasypus novemcinctus (“Nine-banded armadillo”)

The Zooarchaeology Laboratory maintains a reference collection of over 5,100 skeletal specimens of fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. These specimens are used to identify and interpret animal remains from archaeological and paleontological sites for researchers, as well as law enforcement officers and members of the public. The lab is located in the Georgia Museum of Natural History. Interns may register under ANTH, BIOL, ECOL, FNAR, or GEOL 4261.

 

Items from the Collection

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