About 150,000 years ago on the plains of north-east Africa in what we now call Ethiopia, small groups of primates, walking upright, might have been seen wandering the savannas. These primates would be immediately recognizable as members of the species homo sapiens, biologically no different from you and me; that is, modern men and women. They lived as hunter—gatherers in small co-operative family groups.
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