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This video game simulates how ancient humans survived climate change

As the climate warmed and wooded environments spread, finding prey became increasingly difficult. Image: REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

Peter Allen

Writer, Bournemouth University

John Stewart

Writer, Bournemouth University

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How habitats in prehistoric Eurasia would have looked (a) during a period of relative warmth, and (b) during period of relative cooling ‘T.’ = Temperate. Image: Allen et al. (2019)

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