African Animals Getting Drunk From Ripe Marula Fruit

Speaking of the Paleo Diet alcoholic beverages and fermented foods seem to have been part of man’s diet since the beginning of time. As Bob Dylan once sang, "Everybody must get stoned."

But forget about cavemen, as it turns out, the consumption of alcoholic over-ripe fruit for the purpose of getting blitzed predates even the first cavemen and is common to many species. See for yourself how animals find ways to "party hearty" without a brewmaster in the bunch.

And be sure to read my full article on the Paleo Diet by clicking here.

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