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3. This question may be completed independently or as a group exercise. In Exercise 6, you examined the unusual cranium of Homo floresiensis. Why do most researchers believe Homo floresiensis had such a small cranium?
4. This question may be completed independently or as a group exercise. Consider the stone tool technologies discussed here and in Lab 15 (the Oldowan, Acheulean, Mousterian, and Upper Paleolithic). Describe the general trends in changes in tool form, tool specialization, and tool production techniques across these technologies.
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is unique for a few reasons. Firstly because the flakes they broke off took an even more sophisticated technique than the levallois and are commonly referred to as blades. Secondly because it wasn’t just stone that these species made tools out of but bone as well, which is a big step up from previous tool makers. 5. This question may be completed independently or as a group exercise. In this lab, we discussed three explanations for the origin and spread of humans. Which model is probably the most accurate? Be sure to support your argument with evidence.

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