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Other Media Outlets

How turkeys got from Mayan temples to your Thanksgiving dinner table
The Washington Post
November 25, 2015
Washington Post: Maya Turkeys and Thanksgiving

Beyond the temples, ancient bones reveal the lives of the Mayan working class
UF News
October 29, 2015
UF News: Beyond Ancient Temples

The Taming of the Turkey
Science News
August 9, 2012

Earliest Use of Domestic Turkeys by Ancient Maya
Science Daily
August 8, 2012

A Vessel of Indian Culture
The Wall Street Journal
August 3, 2011

Animal bones and the Maya drought
Science News
April 24, 2009

Did environmental disasters play role in Mayan decline?
USA Today
November 8, 2008

Maya Rituals Caused Ancient Decline in Big Game
National Geographic
November 15, 2007

Ancient Maya elite binged on big game, loved furs
Reuters UK
November 12, 2007

UF study: Maya politics likely played role in ancient large-game decline
University of Florida News
November 8, 2007

UF study of the the Maya elite
Institute of Maya Studies

Florida Museum-led study counters ideas about Mayan elite craftworks
August 29, 2007

What is that ‘Thing’?
Florida News-Leader
July 19, 2007

UF Researchers: Food At Miami Circle Site Adds To Evidence Of Sacred Spot
University of Florida News
October 16, 2002

Zooarchaeology at Miami Circle, Florida
Florida Department of State – Bureau of Archaeological Research