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You can answer this question by reading in Chapter 5. In Table 5.1, Diamond gives us a list of the various regions that came to domesticate plants and animals. These are the "haves" of the world.
Since you are looking for three "later haves," the best way to answer this is to use the last three areas on Diamond's list. These are areas that became "haves" somewhat later than the earliest haves. They only became "haves" when they got "founder crops" from the earlier "haves." These three areas include Western Europe, the Indus Valley, and Egypt. Diamond argues that all of these three areas got their founder crops from the Fertile Crescent. Once they got these crops, they domesticated others of their own and became full-fledged "haves."
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