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The species that humans all belong to are homo sapiens sapiens and this species evolved in Africa due to a dramatic climate change that happened. Around this time, they hunted for food and lived off of survival instincts that they learn to adapt to the challenges they faced. The middle stone age or the Mesolithic time was a time of stone tools crafted from flakes removed from or no grained stone. This started 70-60,000 years ago and this was a time for innovation and creations. With this in mind, humans are introduced to Mousterian Tradition, a Paleolithic stone-tool tradition associated with neanderthals in Europe and southwestern Asia and with anatomically modern human beings in Africa. With this new tradition, homo sapiens neanderthals are involved with homo
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