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AbstractCompetition for resources is a key question in the study of our early human evolution. From the first hominin groups, carnivores have played a fundamental role in the ecosystem. From this perspective, understanding the trophic pressure between hominins and carnivores can provide valuable insights into the context in which humans survived, interacted with their surroundings, and consequently evolved. While numerous techniques already exist for the detection of carnivore activity indoi:10.1038/s41598-021-89518-4 pmid:33986378 pmcid:PMC8119709 fatcat:n7vqzllh6ra2rgnttgvqfafbqq