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weaning age in an expanding population: stable carbon and nitrogen isotope analysis of infant feeding practices in the okhotsk culture (5th-13th centuries ad) in northern japan.the okhotsk people were sedentary hunter-gatherer-fishers who lived and prospered in sakhalin, hokkaido, and the kurile islands during the 5th to 13th centuries ad. they expanded rapidly along the northeastern coast of hokkaido. we reconstructed infant feeding practices of the moyoro population of the okhotsk culture in eastern hokkaido, japan.201525819985
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