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How did animal domestication differ in Mesopotamia and Mesoamerica during the Neolithic Revolution? A. The large mammals available in Mesoamerica were better suited to agriculture than were those in Mesopotamia. B. Mesoamericans domesticated chickens, whereas Mesopotamians domesticated llamas. C. Mesoamericans had been domesticating animals for centuries, whereas Mesopotamians were just beginning. D. There was a greater variety of large mammals available for domestication in Mesopotamia than Mesoamerica.
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