UCL News


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