Reply Sat 15 Aug, 2015 03:30 pm
I can not stop talking about human origins. From Australopithecus to Modern Human. I find it most fascinating to learn about how we use to look and act in the past. My favorite human evolution stage was the Neanderthal. With it's 1,500-2,000cm2 brain, that wasn't even used for thinking- but partially for smelling or tasting reasons. Gro Magnon, who began wearing clothing. Homo Habilis, who used tools. Then there is the Taung Child (Name, not species) who started brain evolution from Australopithecus to Homo Habilis.
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