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Kelsey Seilhamer Professor Rothenhoefer HIS 101 - E72L 06 March 2019 Pre-Historical Humanity According to the sources from the website BBC Home; The three characteristic phases of pre-historical humanity include homosapiens and their changes with development of the body, migration, and materials. In the first stage they were known as homosapiens and later called human. The difference with homosapiens was that their body structure looked similar to monkeys and the humans bodies has developed from 1.9 million years ago, in the source they talked about a boy who they called “Nariokotome” and how his body benefited him in the heat. “This body shape creates a large surface area over which the body can cool itself more easily, preventing Nariokotome Boy from overheating under the blazing Sun.” (Science & Nature). Next, the second stage, homosapiens stayed in Africa for the longest time and didn’t decide to leave till years later, usually when migration is happening it’s because they are searching for better land to improve their lifestyle. “
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