Author Topic: Human Stomach pH Compared to Other Animals - What Are Humans Specialized to Eat?  (Read 3430 times)

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Offline a_real_man

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I'm skeptical about the carcass stealing. Here's why:
- ancient carnivores were bigger than current ones. For example, the American lion is 25% bigger than the current one.
- lions/hyenas/etc. don't eat a carcass alone. It's a whole pride.
- we like aged foods. If we regularly stole freshly killed carcasses, why do we have such a love of aged meats?

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The whole point of scavenging is that a scavenger usually steals well-aged raw meats.Also, the prey that humans ate may have been mostly small rodents which big lions rarely go in for. Also, humans used tools for countless millenia in the Palaeolithic.
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