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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTA01H3
Professor
Genevieve Dewar
Semester
Fall

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Aramis/Allia Group Hadar/Laetoli Group Gracile Group Robust Group Homo Group Brain Comparable to that of a Comparable to that of a 450 – 500 CC 500 – 550 cc 650 – 775 cc Size chimpanzee chimpanzee Ape like skull morphology Teeth Small back teeth; large front Small back teeth; large front Large front and back teeth Very large back teeth; Variable; generally teeth teeth relatively small front teeth smaller than those of robust and gracile forms Limbs Bipedal; long arms Bipedal; arms slightly longer Some elements of limb Bipedal; but lower than those of Homo sapiens bones differ from those of limbs still partially modern humans adated to arboreal life Species - Ardipithecus - Australopithecus - Australopithecus - Austalopithecus - Homo and ramidus afarensis africanus robustus East Africa: Olduvai and Sites - Australopithecus East Africa : Hadar and South Africa: Taung, South Africa: Swarkrans, East Turkana anamensis Laetoli Sterk
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