Daily Dose of Archaeology 2.0

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okamido

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Water’s edge ancestors
Human evolution’s tide may have turned on lake and sea shores

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Stone age human ancestors residing near caves at South Africa’s Pinnacle Point (shown) may have learned to track the tides in order to harvest shellfish. Some propose that this type of activity may have played an important role in human evolution.
 

okamido

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Jun 2009
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land of Califia
Well you should be. You could be the next Indiana Jones. Keep up the fascinating contributions.
As I told another member, if I coould find the time to do the field work, I would definatley get a Post Bac in the subject.
 
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