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Recycling Was In For Early Man

October 14, 2013

Researchers at Tel Aviv University in Israel say that recycling actually began with early hominids. They say that our predecessors used discarded or broken tools made out of flint and/or bone to make new utensils, and evidence suggests that early hominids were recycling as early as 1 million years ago and included groups in Spain, Italy, Israel, and North Africa.

[ Read the Article: Evidence Suggests Recycling May Have Started With Early Hominids ]