Australopithecus sediba: The wood-eating hominid
from Smithsonian Magazine
Sometimes it's good to have something stuck in your teeth — good for science, anyway. New research on food particles clinging to 2-million-year-old teeth reveal Australopithecus sediba, a possible ancestor of the genus Homo, had unusual dining habits for a hominid: The species consumed wood.
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