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Prehistoric humans ‘stored bone marrow like canned soup'

Researchers have found evidence that humans living in Qesem Cave in Israel between 420,000 and 200,000 years ago stored long bones to eat later.
While you might expect to find soup, tinned fruit, or some condensed milk in a store cupboard, prehistoric humans were storing bone marrow. Researchers have found evidence that humans living in Qesem[...]

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