Certain South Pacific tribes continued the practice of cannibalism up until the 19th century – in prehistoric years, it was a common practice around the world. There’s a great debate about whether or not Neanderthals were actually hunted and eaten into extinction by modern humans. Cannibalism in many cases is simply the social norm – at our most primal, food is food, regardless of the familiarity of its container. Insanity and social dementia has also caused sporadic fits of cannibalism, as has extreme famine (last resort).
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