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Bone Discovery Suggests Humans Were Already Manufacturing Clothes 120,000 Years Ago – ScienceAlert

Scientists have found what may be the earliest evidence of clothing manufacture in a cave in Morocco, dating back 120,000 years….

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Scientists have found what may be the earliest evidence of clothing manufacture in a cave in Morocco, dating back 120,000 years.
It can be easy to take clothing and their origins for granted, as putting on an outfit at the start of the day is such an ingrained…

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