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ANTH 1210 Lecture 44: Lecture 44
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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTH 1210
Professor
Haskel J.Greenfield
Semester
Fall

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o982 Olduvai Gorge Leotoli Chesowanja Hadar (Afar) African Environments: Must adapt to new environments Shrinking of jungle and mixed woodlands Increasing Savannah, grasslands, and desert environments 5 MYA Major climactic change: drying up of the Mediterranean (becomes a vast salt desert) Sahelenanthropos tchadensis (Toumai): Environment: Mixed woodlands Site contained great variety of animal species Species was a broad resource user omnivores ossil includes: Near complete cranium Fragments of lower jaw Teeth Probably adult male sexual dimorphism in species uman Traits: Foramen magnum Not fully beneath possible parttime biped Canine: short and thick tooth enamel (more human than ape) Flat face completely absent in Australopithecus Pliocene: 51.9 MYA Hominins flourish 3 clear genera of hominins: Ardipethicus Australopithecus Homo
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