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Best of 2018: The Earliest Non-Human Tools

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Best of 2018: The Earliest Non-Human Tools

A practical treasure trove of stone age tools found in Attirampakkam, India, have been dated at 385,000 years, and are evidence that our species may have left Africa much earlier than thought.

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The find was published in January’s Nature.  However, as no actual bones were found, many researchers don’t believe the tools to be advanced enough to be Homo Sapiens, but could be from another, more primitive species.

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