How Did Early Man Discover Fire?

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Fire was first started by natural factors such as lightning. Early man used flint stones to light fire through their sparks. He also used an alternative method where he could dry fungi and then glow it on ember and fire could be produced.
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No one will ever know for certain (unless they invent time travel) as prehistoric people did not leave written records (or pendrives or anything else) of what they did and when they
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by use of fire, would be in part from nature elements, volcano lava, or lightning strikes on dry wood/ grass, but attaining fire would be through sparks from rocks (flint) or rubbing
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We can only guess. Early men probably knew how to use fire before he knew how to start it. A lightning may have lit a fire on a tree and they just kept it going
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