Early humans adapted to major environmental change…

Early humans adapted to major environmental change in ‘Cradle of Mankind’ 2 million years ago

New evidence unearthed at the Oldupai Gorge, a UNESCO World Heritage site in Tanzania known as the “Cradle of Mankind,” has revealed that “environmental adaptability and pioneering behavior were in place two million years ago” in early humans, said lead study author Julio Mercader, a professor at the University of Calgary in Canada, via an email.The new research published Thursday in the journal Nature Communications.Continued at source…

 

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