|14th April 2019|
|2pm | 1 hour|
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
20A Inverleith Row, Stockbridge and Canonmills EH3 5LR
|Event organiser/part of Edinburgh Science Festival|
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Our primate ancestors were vegans and our closest relatives, the great apes, have a largely vegetarian diet. So why have humans moved away from living on a diet of plants alone? How did evolution change our eating habits and why do we now cook our food? Evolutionary ecologist Prof Jonathan Silvertown provides the answers to these and other digestive puzzles.
Presented by Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
Venue: Lecture Theatre, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
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