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(Daily Mail)   National Academy of Sciences determine early humans ate more like a cow than a Great Ape. Research carried out in local Walmarts   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 53
    More: Interesting, early humans, National Academy of Sciences, australopithecus afarensis, great apes, tooth enamels, savannas, foraging, climate variability  
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2012-11-14 07:31:54 AM
I was under the impression that the hominid tribe that survived to become homosapian did so because they figured out how to use rocks to break bones (left behind by the lions) and get at the marrow, the other 134 or so other "tribes" didn't. There is also evidence that suggests they used tools, i.e., shaped rocks to give them a sharper edge for breaking rib bones to get at the yummy. There was also something about burying Ostrich eggs filled with water between watering holes to survive the dry season. National Geographic stuff I believe.
 
2012-11-14 10:29:23 AM
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2012-11-14 07:35:27 PM
Talking bout monkeys, one shop here still have some King Kongs figures from the 2005 film for the full price and close to them there is one of those black coated guys from Lord of the Rings. Some people already opened the box and stole the sword and other things but its still there in full price. Better than this, there is other shop with brand new windows 98 cds
 
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