**Oldowan tools estimated to be 2.6-3 million years old were discovered in Kenya. Two teeth of Paranthropus were found nearby.** [Expanded geographic distribution and dietary strategies of the earliest Oldowan hominins and Paranthropus](https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/science.abo7452) Scientists have discovered ancient tools in Kenya that are estimated to be around 2.6-3 million years old. This is a significant find because the oldest similar tools have only been found in Ethiopia until now, and these new sites are over 1300 kilometers away. The tools were used to process different types of food, including both plants and animals, and were made with the same level of skill as older tools from Ethiopia. The discovery of two teeth from an extinct species of human-like creature called Paranthropus, along with the tools, suggests that these early humans were able to adapt to different environments and find food in a variety of ways. This finding expands our understanding of the early humans and their behavior. How long do you date back, @mr27.near?