Future of the Environment

How long have humans been causing extinctions? 

The extinction of megaherbivores millions of years ago has long remained a mystery. Image: REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov

Susana Carvalho

Associate Professor in Palaeoanthropology, , University of Oxford

René Bobe

Research Associate, , University of Oxford

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Kanapoi, Kenya, where 4.2m year old Australopithecus was found.
Kanapoi, Kenya, where 4.2m year old Australopithecus was found. Image: René Bobe, Author provided,

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