Early modern humans in South Africa were using "heat treatment" to improve their stone tools about 72,000 years ago, according to new research.
This technique may bridge a gap between the use of fire to cook food 800,000 years ago and the production of ceramics 10,000 years ago.
Evidence for this innovation was found at Pinnacle Point, a Middle Stone Age site on the South African coast.
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