A file photo shows an archaeologist excavating the Tung Wan Tsai site in Ma Wan in 1997. Photo: SCMP
A file photo shows an archaeologist excavating the Tung Wan Tsai site in Ma Wan in 1997. Photo: SCMP

An ancient group of Hong Kong inhabitants loved their seafood, to an extreme

  • A new study of neolithic skeletons from Hong Kong found they were almost entirely reliant on seafood for their protein
  • The people had no real peers in the region, with the closest similar diets coming from northern Asia

A file photo shows an archaeologist excavating the Tung Wan Tsai site in Ma Wan in 1997. Photo: SCMP
A file photo shows an archaeologist excavating the Tung Wan Tsai site in Ma Wan in 1997. Photo: SCMP
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