The 51%

Hunters not gatherers: Discovery finds prehistoric women went hunting

A study in Science Advances shows that somewhere between 30 and 50 percent of big-game hunters could have been biologically female.
A study in Science Advances shows that somewhere between 30 and 50 percent of big-game hunters could have been biologically female. © FRANCE 24

After discovering in Peru the bones of an ancient hunter were those of a woman, the archaeological world is abuzz with the finding that females were indeed hunters during prehistoric times. American archaeologist, Pamela Geller, tells Annette Young that the finding only confirms what previous research has shown and how male bias had refused in the past to see the obvious.

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