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Neanderthals enjoyed eating shellfish

Apparently Neanderthals harvested shellfish for consumption. "The Neanderthals harvested live mollusks on the rocks for eating, transported them to their living sites in wet algae bundles, and discarded their shells after eating the flesh," he said. "They did this with limpets, mussels and topshells." Note that the Neanderthals didn't wear their dinner

Ancient Humans Knew Sustainable Fishing

According to new research, early humans living off the coast of California may have been farming the ocean. They found that while people were harvesting millions of shellfish annually from the local kelp forest ecosystem, shell sizes remained relatively stable even as the local population grew and became more technologically advanced. The