What are the three main limiting factors that encourage the hunter-gatherer lifestyle on New Guinea to continue long after other areas have turned to agriculture?
This question is about Guns, Germs and Steels in chapter 8
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New Guinea, unlike other places, did not domesticate cereal crops. Also, the island had no large domesticable large mammal species. Finally, the domestic New Guinea root crops were low in protein and calories.
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