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STUDYGUIDETEST2 - 2.5 million years ago o Habilines Homos 2...

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2.5 million years ago o Habilines Homos 2 habilines 650 to 700 cc Brain asymmetry Oldest found 2.4 mya in chemeron formation Anterior foramen magnum Reduced face Narrower tooth crowns Found in south Africa, swartkrans. East africa Came first Big and little Cinderella: Wasted femur Very thinned out Twiggy Found in olduvai gorge Hid her estrus(swelling of genitalia) and preemies They were scavengers Culture is first seen with evidence of stone tools Homo rudolfensis (habiline) o Larger one o More human like body o Larger and flatter face o No nose o 600-800 cc o 1.8-2.3mya o Found by leakey in Africa (Kenya) Homo habilis (habiline) o Little one o Small cute face, ape like body… o Had a nose o Found by Leakey o 1.4-1.8 mya o First discovered in olduvai gorge o May be reassigned to Rudolphensis (big one) o 500-650 CC o Associated with oldowan tool assembly Pebble tools o Replaced by homo erectus o Contemporaneous with Boisei and Africanus o Lewis Binford said that we cant assume anything bc we can make anything sound realistically when it comes to olduvai gorge. o Brain Endocasts show that the brain was bigger in habilis, and that the enlargement was in the frontal and parietal areas
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o Erectines Lasted about 200,000 years ago Homos 3 erectines 1.8 mya Emerged from habilines Earl, Erika, erin Taller bodies Bigger brains Hallmark: mobility and adaptability Prometherus Seen here first Controlled use of fire Hunters Seasonal rounds and nuts Ground stone technology
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