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La #investigación publicada en #ScientificReports buscaba corroborar la hipótesis de que la grasa subcutánea de los grandes #mamíferos desempeñó una función primordial en la #alimentación de los #cazadores humanos del #Paleolítico y el #Mesolítico.

La #investigación publicada en #ScientificReports buscaba corroborar la hipótesis de que la grasa subcutánea de los grandes #mamíferos desempeñó una función primordial en la #alimentación de los #cazadores humanos del #Paleolítico y el #Mesolítico.

In 1965, a farmer dug up the lower jawbone of a mammoth while in the process of expanding his cellar. Further excavations revealed the presence of 4 huts, made up of a total of 149 mammoth bones. These dwellings, dating back some 15,000 years, were determined to have been some of the oldest shelters known to have been constructed by pre-historic man, usually attributed to Cro-Magnon. the lion camp of the "Mamoutoi". Ukranian river valley

NEANDERTHAL Huts from Mamoth Hunters, the lion camp of the "Mamoutoi". Neanderthals controlled fire, constructed complex shelters, and skinned animals. In the Ukraine, evidence of a Neanderthal structure made of mammoth skulls.

Studio Inklink - Mesolithic peoples in the Apennine Mountains

Pre-historial human existence: pre-historial humans were great scavengers and tended to form tribes in order to stay alive

The Ice Age hunters of Oberkassel by Karol Schauer

Heute am So um und Uhr finden im Landesmuseum Bonn Führungen…

Studio of a prehistoric artist, 1958

Zdeněk Burian - Prehistoric artist creating a Venus figure, 1958

images of the earth in paleoindian times | Pleistocene landscape, including mammoth, horse, reindeer, bison and ...

Fossils Put 'Mega-Beasts' In New Light Woolly mammoths, rhinos and other ice age beasts may have munched on high-protein wildflowers called .

Europe’s Oldest Natural Mummy Has Living Relatives. Last week, researchers announced that they have located living descendants of a prehistoric iceman discovered along the Italy-Austria border in 1991. Known as Ötzi, he is believed to have lived 5,300 years ago. The news of Ötzi’s living descendants is just the latest in a long of discoveries scientists have made regarding the mummy

Last week, researchers announced that they have located at least 19 living descendants of a prehistoric iceman discovered along the Italy-Austria border in

"First encounter", a group of human hunters discovers a pair of Smilodon californicus with their prey, a Bison latifrons. Art by Velizar Simeonovski.

Velizar Simeonovski - A group of human hunters discovers a pair of Smilodon californicus with their prey, a Bison latifrons.

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