Humans Ate Grass? Early Hominins In Africa Did 3.5 Million Years Ago, Study Says

15 November 2012

The results imply that at least one species of hominin had already become a generalist that had adapted to a broader diet, foraging opportunistically in more open terrain for a wider range of foods than chimpanzees preferred, says Professor Christopher Dean (UCL Cell & Developmental Biology). Read: Huffington Post