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Europe’s earliest humans did not use fire

New research conducted by ICREA, the UAB and the University of York reveals that Europe’s earliest humans had a balanced diet of meat and plants. The dental plaque from a 1.2 million year old hominin indicates that food was eaten raw, backing the hypothesis that intentional use of fire had not yet occurred. Read more

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