Muskoxen and Their Hunters: A History

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Muskoxen and Their Hunters: A History Author: Format: Hardback First Published: Published By: University of Oklahoma Press Pages: 352 Illustrations and other contents: 34 black & white illustrations Language: English ISBN: 9780806131702 Categories: , ,

In this first major work on the muskox, Peter C. Lent presents a comprehensive account of how its fortunes have been intertwined with our own since the glaciations of the Pleistocene era. Drawing from paleontology, archaeology, anthropology, and Indian and Inuit lore, Lent examines muskoxen in prehistory. Changing concepts in biology, conservation and management, animal husbandry, and contemporary arctic economics complete the picture. In uniting these themes, Lent refutes the idea that the muskox is an “ice age relict,” arguing that it was never numerous, even during the glacial era. Once considered an endangered species, the muskox today has an expanding economic role in northern lands.

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