Pinnacle Point Cave in Cape Town (South Africa)

Africa. Presumably, this is the only place that still can be inhabited by humans in the ice age that lasted about 195,000 years ago.
South Africa.

“Shortly after the evolution of Homo Sapiens, the climatic conditions are very hard so that humans almost became extinct at the time,” said Professor Curtis Marean, a professor of prehistory from Arizona State University.

Experts suspect, not many humans who survive in this period. Allegations that the population is now only come from a little man who can survive based on the amount of genetic diversity in modern humans, relatively at least compared to other species.

Some researchers even claim there was a time when humans lived just a few hundred people remaining. Nevertheless, many people who doubt this theory because it is not supported by scientific evidence is quite strong.

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