By Redmond O'Hanlon
'We've left loads of males in Borneo - understand what I mean?' With their SAS trainer's warnings ringing of their ears, the naturalist, Redmond O'Hanlon, and the poet, James Fenton, got down to rediscover the misplaced rhinoceros of Borneo. They have been loaded with sufficient back-breaking equipment to outlive months in a steaming 95� (in the color) jungle of creeping, crawling, biting issues. O'Hanlon depend upon his encyclopaedic wisdom of the region's wildlife, and had read-up on the best way to stay away from being eaten by means of whatever (stick your thumbs in a crocodile's eyes, when you have time). And but they proceeded to have an experience that neither O'Hanlon, nor his good friend, nor even his courses have been remotely ready for.
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In European samples, two-rooted lower canines consistently exhibit frequencies of 5–8%. In our sample from northern Spain, the trait attains a frequency of almost 10%. 0%. Here we show that two-rooted canine frequencies for new migrants along the western frontiers of China and Mongolia ranged from 0–4%. These data suggest European-derived populations migrated into western China (Xinjiang Province) and Mongolia (Bayan Olgii Aimag) sometime during the late Bronze age (1000–400 BCE). ” This term, rarely used today, begs the question of whether or not this double rooted form was common at one time, then disappeared, only to reappear sometime later.
MASAMI HASEGAWA, reviewing editor Accepted May 29, 2000 3. Brief communication: Two-rooted lower Canines—A European trait and sensitive indicator of admixture across Eurasia Am J Phys Anthropol, 2011. 1. Christine Lee1,*, 2. G. 21585 Keywords: * dental morphology; * two-rooted lower canines; * East Asia; * migration Abstract With the exception of Carabelli’s trait, the European dentition is better known for the morphological traits that it does not exhibit rather than the ones that it does. One root trait, however, runs counter to the characterization of reduced and simplified European crowns and roots.
Into the Heart of Borneo by Redmond O'Hanlon