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The George T. Hunting Complex, Deep Springs Valley, California


In summary, the behavioral characteristics and habitat requirements of the three potential prey species suggest that mountain sheep were the most likely target of hunters at the site, an hypothesis supported by ethnographic records that confirm the hunting of sheep at this location. Deer and pronghorn were present, however, and might well have been taken incidentally.

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