Archaeologists Discovered the World’s Oldest Leftovers

At Qesem Cave in Israel, Neanderthals or early Homo sapiens appear to have stored marrow-rich deer bones for several weeks, relying on the bones and their outer layer of dried skin and flesh to keep the marrow relatively fresh—like storing leftovers in Pleistocene Tupperware.ARS TECHNICAThis story originally appeared on Ars Technica, a trusted source for…