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Human growth 1,000 years in the past linked to Madagascar’s lack of giant vertebrates

The island of Madagascar — one of many final giant land plenty colonized by people – -sits about 250 miles (400 kilometers) off the coast of East Africa. Whereas it is nonetheless thought to be a spot of distinctive biodiversity, Madagascar way back misplaced all its large-bodied vertebrates, together with large lemurs, elephant birds, turtles, and hippopotami. A human genetic examine now hyperlinks these losses in time with the primary main growth of people on the island, round 1,000 years in the past.