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400,000-year-old teeth reveal prehistoric pollution

The teeth found at Qesem Cave outside of Tel Aviv (Courtesy: Prof. Israel Hershkovitz/Tel Aviv University)
The teeth found at Qesem Cave outside of Tel Aviv (Courtesy: Prof. Israel Hershkovitz/Tel Aviv University)

Tel Aviv University team, sponsored by The Dan David Foundation, provides unprecedented glimpse into eating and cooking habits of paleolithic man

A 400,000-year-old set of teeth, discovered in a cave outside of Tel Aviv, has revealed new information about the daily life of prehistoric man, Israeli scientists announced Wednesday.

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