Prehistoric Stone Tools: Where’s the Beef (Or At Least the Rhino)?

You’ve heard of the Paleo diet (MEAT GOOOOOOOD) but what about the Pleisto diet? Specifically, what members of the genus Homo were noshing on some 250,000 years ago, during the Middle Pleistocene.

For years we’ve assumed it was pretty much whatever they could get their hands on, but researchers can now narrow the definitive menu to horse, rhinoceros, duck, wild bovine and the occasional camel. While new research has nailed the array of Middle Pleistocene meat du Jour selections at a site

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