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How to Retrace Early Human Migrations | Hominid Hunting

How to Retrace Early Human Migrations | Hominid Hunting | Early Humans | Scoop.it
Anthropologists rely on a variety of fossil, archaeological, genetic and linguistic clues to reconstruct how people populated the world.
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The Top Ten Human Evolution Discoveries from Ethiopia | Hominid ...

The Top Ten Human Evolution Discoveries from Ethiopia | Hominid ... | Early Humans | Scoop.it
Some of the most famous, most iconic hominid fossils have been discovered within the country's borders. Ethiopia can claim many “firsts” in the hominid record book, including first stone tools and the first Homo sapiens.
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Why Are Humans Primates? | Hominid Hunting

Why Are Humans Primates? | Hominid Hunting | Early Humans | Scoop.it
Carl Linnaeus classified humans with monkeys, apes and other primates in his 18th-century taxonomic system. Even the ancient Greeks recognized similarities between people and primates. Today, anthropologists recognize ...
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Schoolkids help unearth Stone Age tools - Times of India

Schoolkids help unearth Stone Age tools - Times of India | Early Humans | Scoop.it
Schoolkids help unearth Stone Age toolsTimes of IndiaSHIMOGA: Schoolchildren have helped unearth a large number of implements belonging to the Stone Age era in Thirthahalli taluk in Shimoga district.
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A Marxist History of the World Part 1: The Hominid Revolution ...

A Marxist History of the World Part 1: The Hominid Revolution ... | Early Humans | Scoop.it
But Lucy's 'bipedalism' (two-legged walking) had revolutionary implications. ... The early hominids were not adapted to the cold, so they migrated north in warm periods, and moved south again when the glaciers advanced.
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Fossilized Shoulder Reveals Early Hominids Climbed Trees

Fossilized Shoulder Reveals Early Hominids Climbed Trees | Early Humans | Scoop.it
The shoulder blades of a 3.3-million-year-old Australopithecus afarensis child suggest the species spent at least some time in the treetops (How urban forestry could have helped the Flintstones: http://t.co/apBzI8FT...)...
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Fossils Reveal Earliest Known Case of Anemia in Hominids ...

Fossils Reveal Earliest Known Case of Anemia in Hominids ... | Early Humans | Scoop.it
A 2-year-old child that lived 1.5 million years ago suffered from the blood disorder, which may suggest that hominids by this time were regularly eating meat.
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Social Studies - Early Hominids Unit

Social Studies - Early Hominids Unit | Early Humans | Scoop.it
Early Hominids Unit. Essential Questions: Students will be able to respond to the following questions with elaborate details. 1. How can I learn about a time and place without using written records? 2.
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Archaeological News from Archaeology Magazine - News for ...

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The ape-like shoulder blades of a skeleton thought to have belonged to a young Australopithecus afarensis child suggest that these early hominids could climb trees. Scientists have been debating whether or not A.
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Chinese scientists identify largest neolithic city- China.org.cn

Chinese scientists identify largest neolithic city- China.org.cn | Early Humans | Scoop.it
Chinese scientists identify largest neolithic city http://t.co/YRLo9MGk...
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Joel Mondragon's curator insight, November 2, 2013 1:16 AM

This page illustrates what seems to be the largest city found from Neolithic ancient china. The city was constructed of stone which contained inner and outer building structures. Aside from stone structures archeologists also found carved jade and what seems to be the first mural of this period in china.

Andreina Ruiz's curator insight, February 19, 2014 2:22 AM

It is amazing how archaeologists were able to find the largest city in neolithic China located in northwest China's Shaanxi Province. It is considered to be 4,000-year-old Shimao Ruins.

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Archaeologists discover Paleolithic Ice Age culture that flourished in ...

Archaeologists discover Paleolithic Ice Age culture that flourished in ... | Early Humans | Scoop.it
Ceramics found on the coast of the Adriatic attest to a previously unknown artistic culture which flourished during the last Ice Age, thousands of years before pottery was commonly used. One of the better-preserved items ...
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Shoulder fossil may put Lucy's kind up a tree | Humans | Science News

Shoulder fossil may put Lucy's kind up a tree | Humans | Science News | Early Humans | Scoop.it
RT @SVP_vertpaleo: Australopithecus fossil suggests early hominids possibly spent more time climbing trees, less time walking around: http://t.co/fMqbFmcG...
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