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There are a number of reasons that Africa’s environment was the cradle for early human development: a temperate climate, sunlight year-round, many food sources. It’s even been speculated that the continent’s grasslands themselves may have driven the evolution of upright walking. Less often talked about as a nice boon for early humans, however, is Africa’s Goldilocks fauna—animals that were not too big and not too small but just right for hunting.
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