But where did they get their protein?

Human Ancestors Ate Tree Bark in Diet Focused on Forest

Traces of 2 million-year-old meals in the teeth of a species of human ancestors showed the hominins ate the bark of the trees they climbed, as well as leaves and fruit.

Very interesting. I’ve noted a number of studies lately poking holes in the notion of an all-meat paleo diet. Too bad the authors aren’t updating their diet books.

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