Long bones of rabbits that seem to have been snapped off by archaic humans in order to extract the marrow. EPCC-CERPTAUTAVEL

Neanderthals and Early Humans Ate ‘Fast Food,’ Archaeologists Shocked to Discover

Rabbit habit in prehistoric southern Europe had not been expected, because catching one is a huge pain for a very small meal

Much to their surprise, archaeologists have discovered that archaic humans and Neanderthals living in southern Europe ate rabbits and birds hundreds of thousands of years ago. That had not been expected, they...

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