Fossil Trove from 74,000 Years Ago Points to Remarkably Adaptive Humans
Briefly

At the site, known as Shinfa-Metema 1, the researchers uncovered thousands of bones, some covered in cut marks, from gazelles, warthogs and even giraffes, suggesting that the humans were hunting these species.
The team also found 215 fragments of ostrich eggshells. It's possible that the people who occupied the site ate the eggs, or used the shells as canteens for storing water.
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