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  1. In Southeast Asia, early domestication of chickens is likely, as the word for domestic chick (*manuk) is part of the reconstructed Proto-Austronesian language (see Austronesian languages). Chickens were the domestic animals of the Lapita culture, the first Neolithic culture in Oceania, along with dogs and pigs. The araucana, raised in southern Chile by the Mapuche people, is an uncommon variety of chicken that has its origins in South America. Araucanas lay blue-green eggs, some of which are tailless and some of which have tufts of feathers around their ears. In 2007, the findings of a study o
  2. Two to four male lions often form what is known as a coalition, where they work together to court female lions. To fend off other coalitions, they rely on each other. To guarantee fidelity, by having sex with each other, male lions reinforce their ties. Instead of homosexual pairing, researchers refer to this conduct as the classical "bromance". Homosexual activity is exhibited by both female and male bottlenose dolphins, including oral action where one dolphin stimulates the other with its snout. Homosexual behavior happens in the bottlenose world at around the same level as heterosexual play
  3. The highest recorded explosive eruption on Earth in the last 25 million years is Mount Toba. It had global consequences for human populations, according to the Toba catastrophe theory; it killed most humans living at that time and is believed to have created a population bottleneck in Central East Africa and India, affecting the genetic make-up of the world's human population to the present. Volcanic eruptions, such as the End-Ordovician, Permian-Triassic, and Late Devonian mass extinctions, may have led to major extinction events. The Mount Tambora eruption of 1815 caused global climate anoma
  4. NASA's observatory discovered that Hurricane Walaka crossed the Hawaiian Islands about October 3, 2018, including an archipelago almost entirely reclaimed by the ocean about 900 kilometers northwest of Honolulu. In the Bay of Bengal, off the coast of the Ganges-Brahmaputra delta zone, South Talpatti, or New Moore, was a remote, uninhabited offshore sandbar island. In the aftermath of the Bhola cyclone in 1970, it appeared in the Bay of Bengal and vanished due to the cyclone around March 2010. The Maldives is an archipelago of far-flung, low-lying islands in the Indian Ocean. The life of the Ma
  5. A hut or shelter is a primitive dwelling that can be built from different local materials, such as wood, bamboo, clay or stones. Early human stayed mostly in the caves. But later Huts and shelters have been found in drawings of Tagar culture petroglyphs from the 1st millennium BC in Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia. We do not know what made human to move from caves and build huts to live. Huts and a larger building in the shape of burial urns belonging to 15,000 years ago were discovered at the Baths of Diocletian in Rome. In nearly all nomadic societies, huts exist. Some huts are transportable and ca
  6. In human history, pots were invented twice: some 16,000 years ago in East Asia, then about 12,000 years ago in North Africa. More than 100 broken pieces of ceramic material from archaeological sites at Takarkori and Uan Afuda in the Libyan Sahara were analyzed by the researchers. Instead of consuming raw fruits, berries and vegetables that are not easily digestible, the invention of pottery made it possible to cook plants by boiling them, making them much more palatable and less poisonous. They may also have stored cooked plants and grains for potential use. By just pressing a hole into a ball
  7. Fish was the first food source for mankind, 40,000 years before Paleolithic Human discovered Fishing to catch Fish, it provided them with vital protein. Fish traps made of wood were one of the earliest methods of fishing. Archaeological features such as discarded fish bones from shell middens and cave paintings indicate that sea foods were important and consumed in large quantities for early human survival. Most individuals lived a hunter-gatherer lifestyle during this time and were, of course, constantly on the move. However, where there are early examples of permanent settlements such as tho
  8. Making Fire was invented by our ancestors called Homo Erectus between 1.7 to 2 million years ago. The control of fire by early humans was a turning point in human evolution. Fire provided a source of warmth and lighting, protection from predators especially at night, a way to create more tools, and a method for cooking. Our ancestors discovered Fire can be created through friction by rapidly grinding pieces of solid combustible material (such as wood or stone) against each other. They used fire to burn the meat for food instead of eating it raw (unlike their predecessors). Consuming cooked mea
  9. I am sorry, but I do not agree with that, neither any research has been completely proven that coconuts are from Asia only. But having said that, you will get to know more about the history of coconuts in Paradise island once you read the complete story.
  10. Please read the fulll story, you will find out. I am not going to talk more on this subject that will derail the narrative. Please be patient.
  11. Please read the complete story, you will know. I have done fair bit of research before writing this.
  12. Hi, I am urgently looking for an editor for a story I am writing right now. Please contact me if you are interested. Thanks
  13. Its been edited and reposted again. Thanks
  14. Tribals from North Sentinal Islands near Andaman & Nicobar in India have never made any outside contact for more than 10000 years. Their Population could be somewhere between 50 to 100 still living in Primitive style. They are considered as the ancient human DNA in the world today and probably living isolated and not exposed from the outside world. Fearing that the tribe could be wiped out by diseases from the outside world. Indian government banned anyone entering or nearby this island. Sentinalese people attacked any vessels approaching their shores with their bows and arrows. An America
  15. There are hundreds of islands and places uninhabited in the world even today. Such Islands exists in and around Greenwich, Atlantic, Australia and Antartica. One such island is, Big Major Cay islands in Bahamas is uninhabited by humans but has plenty of animals such as feral pigs, stray cats, sea birds, moose and goats. An island in Japan is filled with Rabbits but not even a single human, An island at Guam filled with poisonous tree snakes which even driven out other animals. A British teenager Martin Popplewell went and lived on a deserted island called Tangoe with his girlfriend for 12 mont
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