What evidence exists to indicate that prehistoric humans had destructive impacts on the environment?

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History

 

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Tempie M

 

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November 13, 2015

 

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While it is probably true that our impact on the environment on a global scale has never been as great, the difference to prehistoric times is simply due to our increasingly sophisticated technologies and our ever increasing population. It is tempting to believe that our predecessors lived in complete harmony with nature but evidence conducted in this field shows this not to be the case...
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From the very beginning of human life, people altered their environment. The key is to differentiate between natural impacts and human impacts on the ecosystem, a problem that has left countless researchers offering strong arguments for and against the idea that prehistoric humans led destructive lives...
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