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They were probably omnivorous, eating mostly plants and some meat, somewhat like chimpanzees.
Their bones ended up in the dolomite caves because they were hunted by leopard, hyena and sabre-toothed cats which did use caves, or by accident, as in the case of the recent discovery.
Because of its richness, a large portion of the fossil-bearing zone has been listed as a World Heritage Site, known as the ‘Cradle of Humankind’.
Recently, a new find from the Cradle has made world headlines.
At present, it is unclear which hominids made Oldowan tools.
It begins with two million years old hominid fossils.The hominids that made Acheulian tools can confidently be identified as ).Acheulian artefacts seldom occurred in cave sites until the end of the Earlier Stone Age (from about 400,000 to 250,000 years ago), but some have been found at Sterkfontein and Swartkrans.Known as the Oldowan industry, most of the earliest tools were rough cobble cores and simple flakes.The flakes were used for such activities as cutting meat and skinning animals.