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Did early ancestors boil food in hot springs?

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the13bats

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1 hour ago, the13bats said:

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Is that a Megaloolithus?

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the13bats

Um, i , gee whizz thats above my pay rate,

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4 hours ago, Still Waters said:

early humans could have used hot springs as a cooking resource, for instance to boil fresh kills, long before humans are thought to have used fire as a controlled source for cooking

Why not? Snow monkeys do. 

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Nnicolette

And here I thought all the arrowheads and kitchen midden were always abundant near every hot spring because it was a nice place for a swim.

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Chronus

Wait I know not much on hot springs, can they get that hot?

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