Human Evolution: Early Humankind's Stone Tools and Food (the Hunter Gatherer Era)

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June 4, 2017

 

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By studying the skulls of the extant hominoids, we find that they had large nuchal areas and large canines. This means that their jaw and their teeth were their tools in breaking hard bone materials and eating any vegetation. It seems that as the hominids evolved, there was a need to get a greater caloric and protein intake...
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It seems that as the hominids evolved, there was a need to get a greater caloric and protein intake. Therefore, skull sizes changed because bovine or other large grazing animals have walls far too thick for even the great bone-crushing ability of the jaws of the largest and strongest predators, and they needed to find a new way to get meat...
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