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Prehistoric women worked so much their arms were stronger than today’s female rowers
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The 3D model of a prehistoric female upper arm bone, called the humerus. Video: Fred Lewsey, Cambridge University. If you’re a hard-working lady, you probably already suspected what scientists have confirmed today: prehistoric women worked their butts …
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Published On: Wed, Nov 29th, 2017

Prehistoric women worked so much their arms were stronger than today’s female rowers – The Verge


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Prehistoric women worked so much their arms were stronger than today's female rowers
The Verge
The 3D model of a prehistoric female upper arm bone, called the humerus. Video: Fred Lewsey, Cambridge University. If you're a hard-working lady, you probably already suspected what scientists have confirmed today: prehistoric women worked their butts ...
Prehistoric women were stronger than elite Cambridge rowers, study findsTelegraph.co.uk
Prehistoric women's arms were stronger than those of today's elite rowersCBC.ca
Bone Study Reveals Why You Would Not Want to Arm Wrestle a Neolithic WomanInverse
Washington Post -BBC News -Science Magazine -Newsweek
all 21 news articles »

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