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Cultural flexibility was key for early humans to survive extreme dry periods in southern Africa

The Flexibility and ability to adapt to changing climates by employing various Cultural innovations allowed communities of early humans to survive through a prolonged period of pronounced aridification. Excavations at the Klipdrift Shelter in the De Hoop Nature Reserve in South Africa, where Howiesons Poort  deposits were found [Credit: Stephen Alvarez, Wits University]The early Human techno-tradition, known as Howiesons Poort...

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