It was a good week for early human history studies as a team of archaeologists at the University of Oxford discovered monumental evidence of prehistoric hunting across an Arabian desert in the form of hunting structures known as kites in parts of southern Iraq and Saudi Arabia. And a pair of evolutionists, one with the Senckenberg Center for Human Evolution and Paleoenvironment at the University of Tübinge, the other the Human Evolution Research Institute at the University of Cape Town, investigated what fossils might reveal about the hybridization of early humans.
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