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The high proportion of denticulate tools may be related to woodworking. Economy Acheulean people were gatherers of wild plants and scavengers or hunters of animal foods. Whether the meat in their diet was procured through hunting or scavenging has been the subject of numerous taphonomic studies, which have yielded equivocal results. Many Acheulean sites evidence the butchery of one or several large and small animals, such as at Torralba and Ambrona in North-Central Spain. Here, fauna, especially elephant and horse, was butchered at the bottom of a swampy valley.
At Terra Amata, an elephant leg bone had a hammered point at one end; another bone had a fire-hardened tip, and a third bone fragment had been smoothed by wear on one end. Flaked bone was also found. At Bilzingsleben, polished wooden tools include deliberate scratched designs. Torralba and Ambrona butchery sites also contain large amounts of flaked and polished bone tools and carved and modified wooden spears and clubs. , contains wooden spears that were designed specifically for throwing. Gesher Benot Ya'aqov in Israel and Kalambo Falls in northern Zambia, both waterlogged in their lower levels, have wooden spears and clubs, as well as a polished wooden plank at the Israeli site.
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