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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The survived basically like an animal. They ate raw meat, lived in caves for warmth, and really tried the best they could to stay alive.
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Well for starters I hope you report 420Borat. I already reported several people today so they will probably ignore me. No one knows for certain how early man made and manipulated
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Well no one can really tell you when man created fire as it was most likely created long, long ago by our ancient ancestors. I would imagine they first started by seeing lightning
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The controlled use of fire is from the Early Stone Age (or Lower Paleolithic), 790,000 years ago.
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