A 3 Million-Year-Old Discovery May Rewrite The History Of Intelligent Life On Earth – Motherboardon March 12, 2023 at 4:36 am THE ANOMALIST

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A 3 Million-Year-Old Discovery May Rewrite The History Of Intelligent Life On Earth – Motherboardon March 12, 2023 at 4:36 am THE ANOMALIST

While the intelligent beings behind these ancient tools may not be a chalicotheres or a sleestak, they're definitely not part of the lineage of H. sapiens. Crazier still, these beings were forging tools more advanced than previously anticipated based upon what we've already unearthed and Hannah Docter-Loeb wants to gush over this discovery for you. In a similar vein, a New Study On Monkeys Using Stones Tools Raises Questions About Evolution where contemporary simians in Thailand have produced stone artifacts indistinguishable from those in our archaeological record. Full stop. Hats off to Saul Elbein sharing this scoop on this Sunday morning! While monkeys, apes, and humans may very well have passed along their mechanical aptitude through language, what about bumblebees and their unique mode of communication? Turns out Scientists Have Figured Out How Honeybees Learn Their Waggle Dance Moves and it has nothing to do with merely being born a bee and having the innate skill. Oh no, my sweet child of summer. Bees teach the waggle dance to others and it's been potentially proven by a forbidden experiment. Click on through to apprehend its forbiddenness! (CS)-- Delivered by Feed43 serviceTHE ANOMALIST

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