New study calls into question the importance of meat eating in shaping our evolution

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Quintessential human traits such as large brains first appear in Homo erectus nearly 2 million years ago. This evolutionary transition towards human-like traits is often linked to a major dietary shift involving greater meat consumption. A new study published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, however, calls into question the primacy of meat eating in early human evolution.
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New study calls into question the importance of meat eating in shaping our evolution

A new study calls into question the primacy of meat eating in early human evolution.

4 months ago·United States
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New study calls into question the importance of meat eating in shaping our evolution

Quintessential human traits such as large brains first appear in Homo erectus nearly 2 million years ago. This evolutionary transition towards human-like traits is often linked to a major dietary shift involving greater meat consumption. A new study published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, however, calls into question the primacy of meat eating in early human evolution. While the archaeological evidence for meat ea…

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New Study Calls Into Question the Importance of Meat Eating in Shaping Our Evolution

A new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences calls into question the primacy of meat eating in early human evolution.

4 months ago·Charlottesville, United States
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