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Rice remains show when Southeast Asians colonised Madagascar
Rice remains show when Southeast Asians colonised Madagascar

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London, May 31 (IANS) Ancient remains of Asian species like rice and mung beans from excavated sites in Madagascar point to the first archaeological evidence that settlers from Southeast Asia might have colonised the island a thousand years ago, says a study.

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Update: 31-May-2016

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