578px-Pierre_taillée_Melka_Kunture_Éthiopie_fond

578px-Pierre_taillée_Melka_Kunture_Éthiopie_fond

Found in Etihiopia, these 2.6 million year old Oldowan stone “choppers,” used to hack through meat, wood, and dirt, were previously considered among the earliest human tools. (Didier Descouens/CC BY-SA 4.0)

Found in Etihiopia, these 2.6 million year old Oldowan stone “choppers,” used to hack through meat, wood, and dirt, were previously considered among the earliest human tools. (Didier Descouens/CC BY-SA 4.0)

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