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Possible Origins of Our Genus Homo.docx

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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTH 2231
Professor
B.Galdiks
Semester
Summer

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Emergence of the Genus Homo 5/10/2013 3:31:00 AM Possible Origins of Our Genus Homo • Human is not a technical term • Are H, neanderthanensis considered human? • The start of our genus would be a good cutting point  Homo Habilis and H. Rudolfensis Homo Habilis • 2.5-1.6 mya • “Handy Man”  Best candidates for the best stone tool makers • The earliest stone tools are made during 2.5 mya so it would make sense if Home Habilis are the first stone makes • 3.4 mya – Cutmarks on bone  Looks like cutmarks when you butcher an
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