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Human ancestors' diet changed 3.5 million years ago

Comparisons of Australopithecus sediba to a human and a chimp

Human ancestors' diet changed 3.5 million years ago - bbc --- by looking at teeth scientist can determine that 3.5 million years ago hominins started eating grasses and animals in addition to their typical forest diet

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