Re: An estimated 10,000 Homo sapiens might have lived on Bioko Island for 5 My


Allan Krill
Jun 28  

On Mon, May 24, 2021 at 01:41 PM, Allan Krill wrote:
If my estimate of 10,000 semiaquatic humans seems high,
My estimate of 10,000 humans on Bioko now seems high (even to me :-). I think 1,000 is a more likely number. That would be 30 paleohumans per kilometer of beach, not 300. 

It is fascinating to read more about sea turtles. Neither Bioko Island nor sea turtles have been of interest to paleoanthropologists, naturally enough. 

I think that when paleohumans (Homo erectus, Denisovans, Neanderthals, Sapiens) left Bioko and no longer had access to easy sea turtle meat, life suddenly became much harder. 
 
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