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The first proto-Neanderthal traits appeared in Europe as early as 600,000–350,000 years ago.  Wheres The Beef ? Our ancestors were raised on Mother’s Milk, that’s it.  When weaned, there was no more milk, time to go hunting and fishing for meat, with Dad! Until one day!

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Harvard Archaeology Professor Noreen Tuross: 

Evidence from Neanderthal bones collected from the Shanidar cave in Northern Iraq decades ago and analyzed recently by Tuross indicate that at least that particular Neanderthal was not a heavy carnivore.  Neanderthals, she suggested, had a varied diet that included meat, but that was not solely or even largely made up of it.  One possible alternative food was found in abundance in the cave, she said: land snails.

From Wikipedia:

Throughout the world, there are more than 6 billion consumers of milk and milk products, the majority of them in developing countries.  Over 750 million people live within dairy-farming households.  World’s dairy farms produced over 710 million tons of milk in 2010.  India is the world’s largest producer and consumer of milk, yet neither exports nor imports milk. New Zealand, EU-15 and Australia are the world’s three largest exporters of milk and milk products. China, Mexico and Japan are the world’s largest importers of milk and milk products.  Milk is a key contributor to improving nutrition and food security particularly in developing countries.  Improvements in livestock, dairy technology and milk quality may offer the most promise in reducing poverty and malnutrition in the world.

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Humans are an exception in the natural world for consuming milk past infancy, despite the fact that many humans show some degree (some as little as 5%) of lactose intolerance, a characteristic that is more prevalent among individuals of African or Asian descent.  The sugar lactose is found only in milk, forsythia flowers, and a few tropical shrubs.  The enzyme needed to digest lactose, lactase, reaches its highest levels in the small intestines after birth and then begins a slow decline unless milk is consumed regularly.   On the other hand, those groups who do continue to tolerate milk often have exercised great creativity in using the milk of domesticated-ungulates, not only of cattle, but also sheep, goats, yaks, water buffalo, horses, reindeer and camels.

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