Caveman Chic

Look: Ancient tools reveal how early humans made clothes

That fur cape is so last season.

Hides drying in the sun at Chouara Tannery in Fez, Morocco
Emily Yuko Hallett, 2009

Ever wonder what our ancient human ancestors used to wear?

The answer is a bit more complex than the shapeless tunics and simple dresses featured in The Flintstones.

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We do know that early humans and Neanderthals skinned animals to make garments that helped them weather cold climates.

But few artifacts from their well-aged wardrobes have been uncovered and analyzed.