Human ancestors ate other humans because they were easier to catch


Cannibal human ancestors would kill and eat each other because it was “more cost-effective” than catching animals, a new study claims. Researchers found archaeological evidence in Spain that was said to show “unquestionable signs of cannibalism” in an ancient human species called Homo antecessor and Neanderthals. The analysis revealed that cannibalism was a good survival…

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