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Researchers dig up earliest 'butcher shop'

Researchers dig up earliest 'butcher shop'
trefwoorden: EthiopiŽ - slachtplaats
Anthropologists working in Ethiopia say they've found the earliest direct evidence of a stone tool "kitchen," dating back 2.6 million years.
The stone tools were found in the same site as animal bones, which the researchers said indicate the use of tools by early human to feed themselves.
Michael Rogers, an assistant professor of anthropology at Southern Connecticut State University, was working in Gona, Ethiopia, when he found some small tools made from chipped stone.

Lees verder bij: CBS News (4 november 2003)