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Early humans in today’s Israel used ash as their ‘freezer’ (www.haaretz.com)

Archaeological analysis of 300,000-year-old stone tools from Qesem Cave shows hominins treated food and animal hides with wood ash from their fires in order to preserve them for a rainy day.

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