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  • Fig. S1. Mullerornis sp. tibiotarsus from Lamboharana (MNHN MAD6768) dated to 6415 to 6282 years B.P., exhibiting a shallow, laterally oriented linear anthropogenic mark on the distal end of the posterior fascia of the diaphysis.
  • Fig. S2. A. maximus tibiotarsus from Ambolisatra (MNHN 1906-16-67) directly dated to 1182 to 1057 years B.P., exhibiting four linear anthropogenic marks disseminated across the proximal epiphysis.
  • Fig. S3. Mullerornis sp. tarsometatarsus from an unknown locality on Madagascar (MNHN MAD6662) directly dated to 1270 to 1054 years B.P., exhibiting an open-ended linear anthropogenic groove on the lateral portion of the distal epiphysis (16 mm length, 2.5 mm maximum depth, 3 mm maximum width), oriented laterally across the articular surface and angled toward the posterior distal epiphysis of the central condyle.
  • Fig. S4. A. hildebrandti tarsometatarsus from Antsirabe (MNHN MAD384), which failed AMS dating due to low collagen yield.

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