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I am His sheep and he is my shepperd. I roamed and he let me. Then he called me. And he led me.
It was the time when all the souls of the people who had died the year before roamed the earth for one last time before going to rest, it is believed to be the night when the veil between the world of the living and the world of the dead is the thinnest.
I think one of the simplest explanations is that hunter-gatherers may have caught wolf pups, which is extremely easy to do, and kept them in captivity as sentinels against the large predators that roamed the landscapes of the last Ice Age - bears, cave lions, etc. as well as other dangerous mammals - mammoths, woolly rhinos, other humans.
The new species is yet another confirmation that Lucy's species, Australopithecus afarensis, was not the only potential human ancestor species that roamed in what is now the Afar region of Ethiopia during the middle Pliocene, current fossil evidence from the Woranso-Mille study area clearly shows that there were at least two, if not three, early human species living at the same time and in close geographic proximity.
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