A Smithsonian researcher has made a discovery we couldn't wait to sink our teeth into—what might be the earliest evidence of our human ancestors eating each other. This conversation is a special update from our past episode "Did Meat Make Us Human?" Bon appétit!
- Learn more about our early ancestors with Human Origins Initiative at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History.
- Explore an interactive species timeline
- View the digital collections
- Take a narrated virtual tour through the museum’s Hall of Human Origins
- Hear conversations in the HOT (Human Origins Today) Topics series
- Explore the daily lives (and eating habits) of some of the primate species residing at the Smithsonian’s National Zoological Park and Conservation Biology Institute. The zoo’s latest #GorillaStory update features Moke, a rambunctious four-year-old who keeps his entire troop on their toes.