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Archaeology in West Africa could rewrite the textbooks on human evolution

By Eleanor Scerri, Independent Group Leader, Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History
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Our species, Homo sapiens, rose in Africa some 300,000 years ago. The objects that early humans made and used, known as the Middle Stone Age material culture, are found throughout much of Africa and include a vast range of innovations.

Among them are bow and arrow technology,…

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