Study2 - ANTH 101 INTRODUCTION TO ANTHOPOLOGY Study Guide Test 2 Australopithecines Australopithecus amanesis Australopithecus afarensis

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ANTH 101: I NTRODUCTION TO A NTHOPOLOGY Study Guide - Test 2 Australopithecines Australopithecines Australopithecus amanesis Australopithecus afarensis Australopithecus africanus Australopithecus robustus, Australopithecus boisei Bipedalism Robust Gracile East Africa South Africa Savannah Arboreal Terrestrial Adaptive radiation Competitive exclusion Upright posture Oldavai Hominid Hominine Foramen Magnum Sagital crest Pelvis Big toe Heel Strike Dental reduction Canines In what ways are the australopithecines more human? In what ways are the australopithecines more like nonhuman primates? What are the relationships among the various australopithecines? Where did the australopithecines live? What did the australopithecines eat? Homo habilis Cranial capacity Cerebral cortex Endocast Oldawan Technology Laetoli Oldavai Scavenging Hypothesis Hunting Tool caching Base camp Cobble tools Percussion method Cut marks Food sharing How does Homo habilis differ from the australopithecines? How does Homo habilis differ from modern humans?
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Study2 - ANTH 101 INTRODUCTION TO ANTHOPOLOGY Study Guide Test 2 Australopithecines Australopithecus amanesis Australopithecus afarensis

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