The story of how humans learned to make and control fire is one that has been told for millennia. Yet, there are still unanswered questions about the oldest human ancestors: who they were, where they lived, what their lives were like. In this blog post we will explore these mysteries and more in an attempt to answer the question:
How did our ancient ancestors learn to make fire?
Who were the first humans? Where did they live, and how do we know this? What are some of the earliest fire making materials that archaeologists have discovered? -How could early hominids produce a spark to start a fire without matches or lighters? Did Neanderthals invent their own methods for starting fires differently from their human contemporaries?
And if so, why is there no archaeological evidence to show us these techniques ? Questions answered in this blog post: How did our ancient ancestors learn to make fire. The story of how humans learned to make and control fire has been told for millennia.? Yet, there are still unanswered questions about where our ancient ancestors came.