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chapter 1- S.S

S.S Test

archaeologist objects and artifacts
Anthropologist human bones and remains
Paleontologist Plant and animal fossils
What are 3 extinct animals in France wooly mammoth, bison, wooly rhinos
Where did the first hominids evolve Ethiopia and Kenya, Africa (Great Rift Valley)
Australopithecus Alfrensis Lucy- Biped, stereoscopic vision, free hands
Homo Habilis Handy Man- Basic stone tools, groups, scavengers, raw meat, on the ground, taught kids
Homo Erectus Upright Man-Better stone tools, fire, cooked meat, strong bones, clothing, migrated to Asia and Europe, shelter
Homo Neanderthalensis Neanderthals- complex tools, short and stocky built for the cold, large nose, cooperate, community, Burial, intelligent
Homo Sapiens Sapiens Modern Man- They are us, modern tools, intelligent, migrated to everywhere, music and art, creativity, complex language, we have survived
Home Heildelbergensis Found in Germany, first hominid to look like human, flat face and brow, common ancestor of us and neanderthals
Homo Flores Hobbit Man- Lived in Indonesia, tiny brains and bodies, large flat feet, is smaller to survive
Denisova Hominin Denisova Man- Found in Russia, Close to Neanderthal, found tooth and finger
Sahelanthropus Tchadensis Proto Man- 7 million years old, only found skull, ape like, not sure if hominid or biped
Paleolithic Age HUNTING AND GATHERING- not permanent shelter or food suply move around- NOT STABLE
Neolithic Age FARMING AND DOMESTICATION- grow own food, have free time, focus on one job, fertile crescent, permanent, disease, violence, weaker bodies
Permanent shelters mud brick, no doors and windows, sticks and stones, hole in roof for entrance, food in floor, protection
Evolution The theory that living things slowly change over time to better survive
Adaption A trait that allows living things to better survive in their environments.
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