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    Posted: 20 Jun 2009 at 13:31
A topic for discussion in this forum: Humans and their ancestors have for tens of thousands of  years, and in africa much longer, been part of the fauna - a predator, a prey, and a host for parasites. But what is known about that early "niches" for humans and related hominids? Ther must have been some interdependence, especially in Africa. Perhaps some of our fears and fascination have roots in such interdependences? (And some other species did have a long time to adapt to humans, while others only met us recently)
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Psychobabble?
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If humans and their ancestors first existed in africa, and only "lately" in other places (ok, early erectus´present in asia and perhaps southern europe for some 1-2 million years), they had a long time to adapt to the species living on that continent (and the other way round, african species had longer time to adapt to humans and pre-humans ). both parties may have "learned" from each other - the way to hunt, to escape, to cheat and perhaps to cooperate. "Humans" must have had their own role in the larger natural system, like its other parts - the other animal and plant species.
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