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Pliocene hominins' manufacture of stone tools and their use to access animal tissue indicate a significant evolutionary change in human evolution. Here we present an in situ archaeological assemblage from northern Kenya's Koobi Fora Formation, which contains a unique combination of faunal remains, some with concrete evidence of butchery, and Oldowan artifacts that date back to 1. 95 Ma. Hominins, predating Homo erectus, enjoyed grazing of terrestrial and aquatic animals that they killed in a well-watered habitat, according to this site.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1002181107
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