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Early Humans Diet Of Antelope Brains May Have Helped Evolution

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Our evolutionary ancestors were hungry for braaaiiins--antelope brains, that is. Sets of animal bones recently unearthed in Kenya, believed to be the earliest evidence of hominid hunting, show previous members of the human family enjoyed digging into the heads of antelope and wildebeests, as well as snacking on gazelle meat, Science News reports.

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