Well that and the fact that we are impressively strong for our size, and astonishingly fast and have an ability to grapple and lift that is only shared by apes and endurance running abilities that will equal any animal on the planet and sight that is as good as anything in the world and…
I assume this is a joke. A human is perfectly effective against any animal up to half our size, and can take down most herbivores up to our own size with minimal difficulty. If they can be caught, small prey such as cats or rabbits take no effort at all to kill. Simply grab them and swing them into the ground as hard as possible. That will stun them. Then repeat until they are dead. It’s essentially risk free and doesn’t even take any training to do effectively. This is the standard human method pf capturing animals such as possums or rabbits that have taken refuge in hollow logs or tree stumps.
Larger herbivores such as goats or deer can be physically knocked over relatively easily, allowing a human to harass them to exhaustion quite effectively. Combined with our astonishing running abilities, an unarmed human would be quite effective at hunting animals such as the smaller deer. So in that sense we are about on par with the dogs. Most dogs won’t singly attack prey that is more than about half their own size.
What do you mean early humans? Bugs and frogs are a normal part of the human diet over large parts of the planet right now.
Well, once again berries are a normal part of the human diet worldwide right now.
Humans can’t digest grass, so no, of course humans never ate grass.
And with the exception of really expensive coffee and German porn, humans do not eat shit.
Since chimpanzees use tools to hunt, I think we can safely conclude that our common ancestors all used tools to hunt.
No. Even chimpanzees engage in regular hunts of large game animals such as monkeys and gazelles. So it’s safe to say that all our ancestor back to the last common ancestor with chimps also engaged in regular hunts against large game.