I am a PhD student working on zooarchaeology at the Institut des Sciences de l’Evolution-Montpellier (ISEM), France. This PhD is part of the DEMETER international project. The goal of my PhD is to understand the bioarchaeological history of domestic animals in the north-western Mediterranean basin since the Neolithic period. My work is mainly based on teeth of sheep, goat and pig, using classical and geometric morphometry tools. I am particularly interested in the evolution of domesticated animal and the socio-economic, cultural and environmental factors influencing this diversity through time.