Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Schlepp Effect

Artifact of a butchering process occurring as the result of meat being piled on butchered skins, and then being dragged home by using the still attached lower (posterior) limb bones; upper limb bones are thus discarded at the kill site, and lower limb bones are found more commonly at the habitation site.

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