Berlin, Pret. Researchers have found the earliest evidence of consumption of dairy food products in East Asia dating to around 3,000 BCE. This provides information about the arrival and development of dairy-based animal husbandry in prehistoric Mongolia.

Animal Husbandry is a part of culture

Scientists at the Germany-based Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History said dairy-based animal husbandry had been part of the eastern Eurasian steppe culture for several thousand years. There is currently little information about its progression from southwest Asia to the east.

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Study of human teeth

In their current study published in the journal Nature Ecology and Evolution, scientists studied available human teeth from the early Bronze Age to the Mongol Empire. It found evidence of consumption of dairy foods in three-fourth teeth. This shows the widespread importance of this food source in both prehistoric and historical Mongolia.

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