Humans may have evolved in coastal environments

The oldest human dwellings and evidence of seafood in early human diets supports an alternative hypothesis that humans evolved in coastal environments, and not solely on African savannahs.

This could explain our fascination with the ocean, one scientist says.

If our historic and emotional attachment to the oceans is ignored, consequences could be dire for humans and for the planet.

Read more at University of Western Australia

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