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Our stone age ancestors

Elephas antiquus molar tooth, © Kent County Council Sevenoaks Museum. This now extinct species was twice the size of a modern African elephant, a relative of the woolly mammoth.
Ancestors of modern humans share the land with large mammals which they learn to hunt for food. Britain is still attached to the continent.

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