From the BBC News website, this report in the Science & Environment section about research by the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology (part of the Max Planck Society, named for German Physicist Max Planck) was headlined:
In the article, researcher Dr Cristina Gomes is quoted as saying:
Dr Gomes thinks that her findings could even provide clues about human evolution.
She suggests this study could lay the foundations for human studies exploring the link between “good hunting skills and reproductive success”.
“This has got me really interested in humans,” she said. “I’m thinking of moving on to working with hunter-gatherers.”
Methinks she needs to get out more often…