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Lee is a researcher in the U.K. looking at how Britain’s wildlife was exploited throughout the medieval period. You can find an up-to-date list of Lee’s academic publications on Academia.edu.
Lee has degrees from the Universities of Aberdeen and Oxford and is currently pursuing a PhD at Cardiff University. The species of interest are the medieval lynx (L. lynx), crane (G. grus), beaver (C. fiber) and whale (E. glacialis, E. robustus) in historical British sources.
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