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Oct 1512 Human Evolution.pdf
Oct 1512 Human Evolution.pdf

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School
University of Alberta
Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTHR101
Professor
Dan Syrotuik
Semester
Winter

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Oct 15/12: Human Evolution October-15-12 7:52 AM Homo Erectus/ergaster behaviour - Frist to migrate out of Africa - New tools (Acheulean tools) - Hunters or scavengers? - Possibly controlled fire - Made shelters (?) Two groups of Humans: - Homo Erectus: first name given to fossils found in Asia/Mainland China ○ Very few stone tools ever discovered in Asia ○ Possibly made tools from Bamboo - Homo Ergaster: name given to fossils found in Africa ○ Made stone tools Home Base: A place they would have to return to regularly (ex. Streams, lakes) Homo Floresiensis - 1m Tall - Small brain (420cc) - Island effect (secluded animals get smaller in size. Due to limited resources and predators) - 95-13Kya - Used fire - Stone Tools Archaic Homo sapiens - Middle to Late Pleistocene (900-40kya) -
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