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Section 4 Lesson 1. The pelvic bone demonstrated that Lucy was a female. Leg bones demonstrated that Lucy strolled upright and was around 25 years of age when she kicked the bucket. Skull bones demonstrated that Lucy's cerebrum was around 1/3 the span of an advanced human's mind. . Homo Habilis.

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´╗┐Section 4 Lesson 1 The pelvic bone demonstrated that Lucy was a female. Leg bones demonstrated that Lucy strolled upright and was around 25 years of age when she kicked the bucket. Skull bones demonstrated that Lucy's cerebrum was around 1/3 the measure of a cutting edge human's mind.

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Homo Habilis Date of Existence: 2.5 to 1.5 million years back. Physical Appearance: bigger brains and more humanlike teeth and jaws than australopithecines. Toolmaking: basic stone apparatuses Ways of managing the ice age: none

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Homo erectus Date of presence: 1.8 million to 200,000 years back. Physical appearance: bigger cerebrum than Homo Habilis. Toolmaking: more unpredictable apparatuses than Homo habilis Ways of managing the Iced Age: figured out how to control fire.

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Homo sapiens Dates of Existence: 130,00 years prior to introduce Physical Appearance: Had a substantially bigger cerebrum than Homo erectus; Cro-Magons were current looking. Toolmaking: more mind boggling device s than Homo erectus Ways of managing the Ice Age: sewed dress from creature stows away and took after creatures they chased crosswise over land spans into the Americas and Australia.

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Chapter 4 Section 3

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Homo Heidelbergenesis Size of Community: Bands of 20-30 individuals

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Homo Heidelbergenesis Dwelling Place of Community Moved around Set up transitory camps Built cabins made of branches and stones to fit 20 individuals

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Homo Heidelbergenesis Activities of Community Hunted wild creatures Gathered wild plants Fished for nourishment Lived dozed and ate together Made devices

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Neanderthal Size of Community: Bands of 20-50 individuals

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Neanderthal Dwelling Place of Community Built bigger camps Stayed in one place longer than HH Probably lived in caverns

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Neanderthal Activities of Community Lived, ate and chased together Took care of crippled individuals from gathering Held funerals for individuals from gathering that passed on

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Homo Sapiens Size of Community: none

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Homo Sapiens Dwelling Place of Community Lived in extensive painted holes

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Homo Sapiens Activities of Community Hunted and accumulated sustenance Produced work of art Cave depictions Sculptures of bone, ivory and tusks

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