Human ancestors made it farther north, faster, than previously thought


@GilbertWham was probably just out frolicking with @pesco in his fancy slippers:


And they dropped their nice lens cap, too. 800,000 years later we finally invented the lens cap tether!


I reckon a single, determined person could see much of the world in a life time. Being on the move may actually make hunting for food easier because you get a better look at what resources are around and you never clear out your immediate environment. I wonder what the Bering Strait looked like 800k years ago? For sure it would be cold that far north.

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