How ostrich eggshell beads fueled one of humanity’s first social networks

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Thirty-three thousand years ago, on the southern tip of the continent Africa, ostrich eggs were carved into beads and kept as ornamentation. These beads held value – they weren’t just worn around necks for fun. As research published this week shows, humans sh… [+2272 chars]Source

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