Or "paleo" before Paleo was cool.
Australopithecus sediba, " an early relative of humans," ate leaves and bark, new research suggests.
"They were eating bark and woody substances, which is quite a unique
dietary mechanism; it hasn't been reported for any other human relative
I reckon that the Bigfoot researchers will have an "Aha!" moment over this, because if they don't hibernate in climates like ours, what would a hypothetical giant primate be eating?
(h/t Reid Farmer at Querencia)