Australopithecus africanus, Other Early Hominins May Have Made, Used Stone Tools

A team of scientists led by Dr Tracy Kivell of the University of Kent and University College London has found strong evidence for stone tool use among Australopithecus africanus (3 to 2 million years ago) and several Pleistocene hominins, traditionally considered not to have engaged in habitual tool manufacture. The distinctly human ability for forceful [...] —> Read More Here


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