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Human Development

Traces of evolution

bipedal walking on two feet
human evolution a scientific explanation concerning the origin of humanity
biome an area with the same climate (and the plants that survive within that climate)
hominid humans and their closest relatives
human migration when large groups of humans moved due to push or pull factors
adaptation changing to fit a new environment (either the environment or how you deal with it)
Homo Erectus a hominid that walked upright and used stone tools
Homo Sapiens hominids that are closest to modern humans on the evolutionary scale
Ardipithicus Ramidus a tree-climbing hominid from Africa that walked at times
proto-language a simpler form of communication (some theories suggest gestures, melodies, single words, phrases, symbolic thought)
phonetic relating to the sounds that make up a language
Created by: johnbacolor