this might be using a human skull as a cup or a cows tail to swat away bug or

This might be using a human skull as a cup or a cows

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this might be using a human skull as a cup or a cow’s tail to swat away bug or any other nuisances. Human’s then were also much smaller, this was used for speed and to hold more muscles tightly because they were needed to hunt, but of course as evolution occurred humans have grown taller, loss a significant amount of muscle, but what we lack in brawn, humans today make up for in brains (as hard as that is to believe). Not being able to take everything down with your bare hands or a spear, humans learned to make traps that animals would fall for. These traps allowed humans to not work as hard but get the same amount, even more on most occasions, without having to work too hard. Though now having traps humans didn’t only rely on meat as a food source of course, they began to gather and study berries, flowers and oils supplied by plants that were edible and could aid as a medicine. Humans then, were ones with nature and had skills that are definitely out of reach without years upon years of training for a human today, such as having acute senses, or take down full grown buffalo. All is still well for humans, because what we lack from then, humans have gained in modern technology.
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