300,000-Year-Old ‘Killing Stick’ Sheds Light on Evolution of Hunting

April 21, 2020 - General
Main: View over the excavations in Schöningen in Germany. Inset: The ‘killing stick’ that was unearthed at the excavation site.           Source: Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen

In Germany, a team of experts have made a very important discovery. They have established that an ancient wooden artifact is a throwing stick (or ‘killing stick’). This is allowing them to understand how an early species of human were able to hunt

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