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Neanderthals May Have Dined on Animal Stomachs

Neanderthals may have saved time foraging for vegetation to eat, instead opting to eat the contents of herbivores’ stomachs, according to new research. Researchers at the National History Museum in England theorize that plant material found on Neanderthal teeth could be from the partially digested stomach contents (chyme) of hunted animals. “The practice of eating the stomach contents of prey could be a behavior that goes right back to the earliest humans,” said museum anthropologist Chris ...

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