540,000-Year-Old Shell Carvings May Be Human Ancestor's Oldest Art

Wednesday, December 3, 2014 - 15:00 in Paleontology & Archaeology

The ancient, big-bodied relatives of modern-day humans not only ate freshwater shellfish, but engraved their shells and used them as tools, a new study finds.

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