posted on Jul, 8 2010 @ 05:00 AM
The first humans to come to Britain settled in Norfolk 950,000 years ago, scientists revealed yesterday.
The discovery of stone tools at what was then the mouth of the Thames makes their arrival at least 100,000 years earlier than thought.
The new arrivals crossed the land bridge from Europe and survived on mammoth, rhino... and human flesh.
Scientists think they must have been able to make clothes, shelters and possibly fires to survive winter.
Until recently it was thought Eu- rope's only humans at this time were south of the Alps.
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Very interesting, i love findings like this..