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    • If you guys didnt know in the prehistoric days it is said that humans speedwalked to catch up with some prey due to humans incredible endurance
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    • Humans are endurance predators, not speed or ambush predators.
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    • Dio: "oh, you're tired from running?" *Walks menacingly with a spear and caveman gear*
      Fushious 23 apr
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    • You ever chase a cat down as a kid? Notice how at some point it just stops in a corner and hisses at you suddenly? Shit can't fight you, you wore it out
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    • I only just realized about a year ago that if you dedicate long enough to chasing something that isn't another human, you will catch up with it since they can't maintain the same pace we can.
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    • That's pretty scary for an animal. No matter how far you run, whenever you turn to look behind you, death is on the horizon with two legs and a spear
      Eugoris 23 apr
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    • We can run way longer and burn less energy doing it. No other animal that I know of can Run for 3 hours and fight you when they get there.
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    • Thank the sweat ability. Many other mammals must stop and pant to regain stamina, but we can regain stamina WHILE moving, so when they stop, tired, we keep coming, just a bit slower. Learn about all the skills we have access to on tierzoo
      purrowpet 23 apr
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    • I had a whole argument with my friend like a year ago about early human hunting methods. I even wrote a short essay (that she didn’t read) about it. We still argue about it to this day. TLDR: humans are persistence hunters and they exhausted their prey by tracking them down and jogging after them.
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    • The whole reason why humans have ass cheeks is because they allow us to run for longer periods of time, thus catching up to prey after they have warm themselves out.
      jsue199 24 apr
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    • We can literally run animals to death
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    • Legit humans used to follow things around until they got tired or died
      Peytop 23 apr
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    • Humans are the only animals on the planet that can run 26 miles for the hell of it, we can’t outrun them but we can outdistance anything.
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    • That’s why many humans were nomadic, as they could follow large game animals for miles and still have stamina to hunt.
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    • Humans don’t have fur so they can sweat and therefore have much more endurance then animals and will catch up to them eventually
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    • Fun fact: human’s aren’t the fastest creatures, but we actually have the most endurance! Due to how we sweat through our skin, we can run longer than any species! There’s even a form of hunting where we just chase an animal until it gets tired...
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    • Also the fact that humans can carry water and be very persistent, saw a nice video of Africans hunting for a long ass time and the animal was just tired af and was like “aight you got me but you still a bitch” and the African kill it and walk aallllllll the way home
      Linny1992 23 apr
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    • Early humans would literally just walk their prey to death, since most animals can't sweat they have to stop to cool down so when they get so tired they collapse the early human would just trot up with their crazy endurance and just club it to death.
      MrSockez 27 apr
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    • Humans literally would follow animals till they could barely walk, no need to run when what you chase cant run more than a couple hundred yards at their top speed
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    • Humans sweat which help a lot with endurance
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    • They maybe faster but we have the endurance, they have to pant or sweat through paws to cool off when we can just sweat and cool off on the go
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    • That's why all the horror movie villains walk
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    • It's because humans spec'd into the skill "sweat"
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    • FUN FACT! Humans while not as fast as many animals are actually built for endurance and stamina, so while the animals would out run us, we would catch up to them in the long run as they lose their stamina
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    • If we are built for endurance why does half of our population have trouble walking up stairs without a breather
      cozi 24 apr
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    • Animals have better speed we have better endurance, if you’re persistent they eventually tire
      TGbrony 24 apr
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    • “You have to sleep at some point”
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    • One reason why we can run ungodly long marathons.
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    • It only really works in Africa where there is an extremely long line of sight. In wooded areas or the jungle humans are ambush predators.
      nggga 23 apr
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    • "Oh you're tired from running" *walking with spear in hand with malicious intent*
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    • Humans are natures equivalent of the serial killers that just walk but end up catching up with the victim that is running away.
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    • Humans have the highest endurance out of any animal in the animal kingdom (I think)
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    • Prehistoric Man be like: *Spear chucking noises*
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    • We have regressed a lot but humans are godlike. We have some of the best reflexes in the animal kingdom. Also when you really look deep into what makes us what we are we are completely built for combat and fighting, more so than any other creature
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    • I think humans being one of the best endurance based creatures of all time is pretty badass.
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    • We have sweat, that’s why we can keep going for longer, persistence predators are fucking badass
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    • So human are great at endurance on land, but does anyone know how it compares to air or sea animals? Like do birds have more endurance in the air compared to a human on land.
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    • This is legit how u catch a cat...
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    • We are also the only animal built to effectively throw things.
      Nrage 23 apr
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    • I love how y'all are here in the comments like "AKsHuALle this is true" but you personally cannot run for more than 5 minutes.
      Thwac 23 apr
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    • PorkSword 23 apr
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    • It’s called endurance hunting ant it’s terrifying.
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    • Just reminds me that my fat ass would not survive
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    • We would literally just speed walk to chase an animal until it ran out of breath than kill it
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    • It is because we can sweat which recovers are stamina while moving animals can't do that, they have to slow down or stop to pant also we are endurance hunters like a wolf not a speed on like a cat it cheetah
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    • Humans period have incredible endurance compared to other animals. We can outrun just about every animal on the planet in an endurance race. This is probably why we all like well toned butts, because the butt stores a lot of calories and the bigger and healthier the butt, the longer they can run.
      lamelion 23 apr
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    • Humans are designed to outlast prey not out run, we have duration because we have better ways of cooling our body's down, while animals over heat and collapse.
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    • Humans have a dangerously high walking endurance.
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    • Animals being hunted by early humans be like "oh lawd he comin"
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    • Imagine going back in time to observe humans hunting and they all are power walking with Spears
      oogboog 23 apr
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    • We can sweat allowing us to regain energy while most animals need to stop and pant, as long as we are persistent humans can wear animals down
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    • What sucks is this can't be used in reverse to flee from another predator.
      AdmAkbar 23 apr
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    • Humans are the greatest long distance land animals on the planet, by a lot.
      MilesOff 23 apr
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    • Captain Holt is my iNigga
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    • Humans are the only animal capable of sweating which allows us to run longer than any other animal. However most of us are out of shape soooooo
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    • REAL REASON HERE* Because humans are bipedal(walk on two feet), and can perspirate (sweat), we don't overheat like cheetah's and other prey. We also craft weapons. Look up tribes catching cheetahs in Africa and it holds true to this day.
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    • Foodporn this way
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    • It honestly sounds like a horror story. You run and run and run and the monster, even though it's just strolling, always somehow is right there still.
      SophSimpl 25 apr
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    • Heel, Ball, Toe, Step, Heel, Ball, Toe, Step
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    • Early humans
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    • Humans are persistence hunters.
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    • “Persistence hunting”
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    • That's actually how we used to catch prey. Similar to wolves.
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    • I never knew early humans looked like modern police officers
      AmazingV 23 apr
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    • PorkSword 23 apr
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    • when you and the rest of the mammoths finally outrun the cave men but your homies at the front of the herd start dropping off a cliff
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    • There's not enough time in life to regular walk. Basically all of my walking is power walking.
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    • Early niggas walking bitchs down
      DOPEAM3M3 23 apr
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    • Humans are persistence hunters we don’t run after things they track them for miles and basically just annoy animals until they’re too tired to run anymore l
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    • Cavemen deadass just sweat to endure the chase. Best case scenario the prey would die of exhaustion or stop moving so we just stabbed them in that case
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    • Humans can do that shit and honestly it's terrifying. Much like horror movies, they will find a weapon and approach at a brisk walk. Once they've found you, they'll use the terrain to their advantage and the prey, exhausted from fleeing, no longer has the strength to adequately defend.
      Radtastyk 23 apr
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    • There’s different kind of predators, humans are persistence predators, we literally just tracked prey at our own pace until the prey had become exhausted from fleeing us and could no longer flee.
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    • Humans going in on that Endurance/intelligence build.
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    • Humans have the most stamina in the animal kingdom, and can eventually catch up to any animal after a while chasing
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    • Antelope: runs fast to escape and stops for a second to catch it’s breath Human niggas:
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    • animals: *goes fast to get away from humans*. humans: *scp-106 theme plays while slowly walking*
      jeefcake 23 apr
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    • Americans so fat now they can’t even walk to get food at the store
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    • We sweat more on our balls than most animals do on their entire body.
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    • Human stamina, if they're fit, is almost infinite
      Relhoek 23 apr
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    • A fit human can eventually outrun a horse
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    • We automatically pesperate bitch! No need to stop and pant
      Cerebella 29 apr
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    • That’s so Jason Vorhees
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    • Early humans to animals were like what Micheal Meyers is to us
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    • Can we appreciate the fact that even before completely taking advantage of our hyper-intelligence, humans were absolute chads in the wild.
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    • Stamina and numbers is what makes predators. Plus our big brains
      JediAray 25 apr
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    • Animals can’t breath when they run so we just follow them and they keep running till they just give up because they couldn’t breath
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    • Early humans were like Michael Myers to animals
      Jpaws 23 apr
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    • Humans to early animals are the monster from it follows
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    • who else watches TierZoo on youtube?
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    • Niggas be deer hunting on bikes now tbh, the animals haven’t evolved to associate the sound with danger yet
      Jotaku 23 apr
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    • Humans can sweat unlike animals so that’s one reasons we can outrun animals and win
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    • Dont forget we later learned to make.... TRAPS
      bobbomb 23 apr
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    • Since humans can sweat we can run for longer distances than other animals on average
      mimororu 23 apr
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    • Speed walking champion 35000 generations in a row!!
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    • We really did come a long way huh, who would have thought mutation in early apes giving them a larger brain would do wonders
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    • Everyone looks back at Michael Myers
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    • We basically just chased after the animals and wore them out until they stopped to rest
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    • If anyone is wondering why we’re able to endure longer distances it’s because bipedalism is probably one of the most energy efficient ways to get around which requires minimal energy to walk as opposed to impalas/Lions that are quadrupedal which requires a ton more amount of energy to just move
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    • We would literally chase them tell they where dying of exhaustion
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