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Cheese triangles shed light on hobbits

by Anna Salleh

It takes a particular kind of brain to cut cheese triangles and hobbits just didn’t have it, says Moore. Cheese triangles are helping an Australian researcher to explain how hobbits on Flores could make the stone tools found with their bones. Archaeology PhD student Mark Moore of the University of New England in Armidale presented his research at the recent Australian Archaeological Association conference.

One of the puzzling facts about the discovery of a new species of hobbit human in Liang Bua cave on Flores announced last year is that the remains were found alongside tools that appear to be as sophisticated as those made by modern humans.

Read the original article at: ABC Science

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