New Thoughts on Diet and Hominin Evolution

www.archaeology.org | 7/3/2019 | Staff
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(© Cédric Girard-Buttoz, LuiKotale Bonobo Project)LEIPZIG, GERMANY—The Great Lakes Ledger reports that early humans may have obtained iodine, a nutrient required for cognitive function, from green aquatic plants. It had been previously suggested that early humans experienced major evolutionary developments while living in coastal areas, where they would have been able to obtain iodine-rich sea foods. However, Gottfried Hohmann of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary...
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