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It is a much debated question: why did Central African forests become partially fragmented between 2,500 and 2,000 years ago, leaving room for more open forest landscapes and savannah?
Recently, a publication attempted to explain that it was the farming Bantu peoples who were responsible for this, through the large-scale clearing that they undertook. But IRD (Institut de recherche pour le développement) experts and their partners (1) have contested this argument in a recent article in the journal Science.
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