Title: "What Killed the Great Beasts of North America?"
Author: Michael Balter
Date: January 28, 2014
Main idea: Archaeologists are arguing the hypothesis the humans killed off many large mammals in North America.
Summarization: *Humans are not at fault for the extinction of large mammals
*Archaeologists studied North Eastern North America (which shows evidence of a lot of Mammals living during that time in that area) and came to a conclusion that many species of animals died there before humans came along
*Even though human may have had a part in the extinction they are asking themselves the question: what if humans had never came along would these animals still be living?
POV: I think they are taking the side of humans and blaming other natural events for the extinction of the mammals.
Questions: The same question that is asked in the article “The fundamental question is whether these animals would have suffered extinction if humans had not arrived.”
Is this article important: I think it may be important because accusations against humans could be wrong.
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