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Human-Made Global Warming Started With Ancient Hunters -- ScienceDaily (01 July 2010)
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Mysterious Desert Lines Were Animal Traps -- Discovery News (20 April 2010)
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Neanderthal Women Joined Men in the Hunt -- The New York Times (5 December 2006)
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by Marshall Sahlins
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-- Court Smith
Shopping styles of men and women all down to evolution, claim scientists:
The reason women love to spend hours browsing in shops while men prefer to be in and out of the high street in minutes is down to their hunter-gathering past, claim scientists
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