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Early humans may have survived harsh winters more than 400,000 years ago by Hibernating

By CLARE MCCARTHY

FOR DAILYMAIL.com MAILONLINE

Early humans may have survived harsh winters more than 400,000 years ago by slowing down their metabolisms and hibernating for months, fossil experts reveal.

New evidence from bones dug up from an ancient mass grave in northern Spain suggests we may have dealt with extreme cold hundreds of thousands…

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Early humans may have survived harsh winters more than 400,000 years ago by HIBERNATING | Daily Mail Online

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