Berries like these Kongolobe (grewia bocilor) are picked by the Hadza during foraging trips and eaten on the spot, rather than being collected to eat later. After chewing off the berries’ thin flesh, the Hadza spit the pits onto the ground, sowing seeds for the next generation of berry bushes.

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Berries like these Kongolobe (grewia bocilor) are picked by the Hadza during foraging trips and eaten on the spot, rather than being collected to eat later. After chewing off the berries’ thin flesh, the Hadza spit the pits onto the ground, sowing seeds for the next generation of berry bushes.


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