Cannibal Forefathers

More evidence that The Flintstones didn't tell us the whole story about cavemen. Our prehuman ancestors cannibalized one another for the "nutritional value" starting about a million years ago, finds an analysis of bones left in a Spanish cave.

In the journal Current Anthropology, a team led by archaeologist Eudald Carbonell of Spain's University of Rovira and Virgili, report fossil evidence of continuous cannibalism - cut marks and butchering remains - as a way of life among the Homo antecessor inhabitants of the Atapuerca Mountains archeological site.

So if you have a taste for human flesh don't worry its normal.


  1. MYLES O'STOOLEY said...
  2. The caveman Cometh..

  3. CARBON DIOXIDE said...
  4. I'll grind your bones to make my bread.