Modern Homo Sapiens - VI. Modern Homo Sapiens Tools a. All...

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Modern Homo Sapiens 21:21 I. Brain size  a. Around 1250 to 1450 cc II. Migration a. Continue moving around the world a.i. 2 reasons a.i.1. Climatic change=change in nutritional resources a.i.2. b. Moved to the new world—following the game c. Beringia bridge—Frozen so people were able to move over it c.i. 2 migrations--continuous c.i.1. Pacific coast c.i.2. Inland c.ii. People do not move in a group, they follow the game III. General morphological trains from Archaic Homo Sapiens to Modern Homo Sapiens a. Round cranium b. Vertical forehead c. Prominent chin d. Reduction in body size and rebustocity e. No change in brain size IV.  What population is what we have evidence to make tool modification? a. Homo Habilis V. What population is what we have evidence to use tools? (stones) to get meat? To get  bone marrow from the carcus they found a. Australopithecus
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Unformatted text preview: VI. Modern Homo Sapiens Tools a. All of the tools are byproducts of learning how to use and modify tools b. There is a sufficient food supply so because there was cave art VII. Coming to America a. Started hunting a lot b. Remains found in N. America and S. America c. This population took 15,000 to move from N. America to S. America VIII. Big Game Hunters a. Found bison in caves with spares in the bone IX. Modern homo sapiens: a. Come from Africa- no relation to homo erectious or Neanderthals b. Or, we are product of homo sapiens evolved in Africa and came to Europe and wiped everything out. No relation to Neanderthals c. Interbreeding with Neanderthals X. Modern Homo Sapiens are from Africa and crossbred with Neanderthals. 21:21 21:21...
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2011 for the course ANTHRBIO 364 taught by Professor Frisancho during the Winter '10 term at University of Michigan.

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