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According to the professor, why was the archaeological evidence found in New Guinea during the 1960s and 1970s inconclusive? A. Construction of agricultural drainage ditches had damaged much of the archaeological evidence. B. Plant remains were not well preserves in the climate ofNew Guinea. C. Ancient types of domestic plants were no longer grown by modem farmers. D. It was unclear whether evidence of early deforestation suggested planting or hunting.