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Human feeding in prehistoric times: the transition from hunting to cattle breeding on the Adriatic
Siniša Radović is an archaeologist, a scientific associate at the Institute of Palaeontology and Geology of the Quarter of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Zagreb, and a lecturer at the Department of Archeology at the University of Zadar.
He specializes in the analysis of animal remains from archaeological sites, and scientific interests include prehistoric survival strategies, the significance of animals in rituals of late Bronze and Iron Age and the taft of vertebrates.
He participated in several systematic archaeological and paleontological researches in Istria and Dalmatia. He is a co-author of several scientific projects and author and co-author of several scientific and professional papers.