Inside a Caveman's Barbeque





Either modern humans were in Israel over 200,000 years ago, or our now-extinct ancestors behaved a lot like us when they hunted and cooked, suggest artifacts and bones from a newly excavated cave.

Together, the remains paint a picture of relatively sophisticated hunting and food preparation at the site, called Misliya Cave, in Mount Carmel, Israel.

According to lead author Reuven Yeshurun, the cave exhibits "the full array of modern hunting behavior."



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