Series: Records of the Zoological Survey of India Occasional Papers Volume: 68
By: SK Ray (Author), P Chakroborty (Author)
44 pages, 1 b/w map
There is no comprehensive data on the teeth of domestic goat from all the prehistoric sites of India except a few records in the reports of the prehistoric sites. It was therefore thought to study the dentition of domestic goat from the collection of 36 major prehistoric sites of India, present in the Zoological Survey of India of which 20 sites yielded 369 teeth of which some were brittle, broken or in errupting condition. Efforts have been made to give comparative measurements of length, breadth and height of all the good specimens of premolars and molars, as well as a comparative data of each region. Most of the material has been excavated by the Archaeological Survey of lndia and worked out by the Zoological Survey of India.
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