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Prehistoric hunting. Artwork of a family from a prehistoric culture butchering the carcass of an elephant and hanging slabs of meat from the carcass over a fire to smoke them. The use of fire was widespread from around 125,000 years ago. Prehistoric elephant species were found in Europe, Africa, North America and Asia, though many became extinct after the last Ice Age around 10,000 years ago.
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