2 3 early hominins lab anthro 200 using the pictures

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Early Hominins Lab Anthro 200 Using the pictures in the lab and information from your readings, answer the following questions. Describe 3  differences  between the morphology of  H. erectus and H. sapiens. 1. 2. 3. Why is  Homo erectus  such an important species? Describe at least one aspect that  makes this species so unique.
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Early Hominins Lab Anthro 200 Using the pictures in the lab and information from your readings, answer the following questions. Excersice 3:  Tool traditions Upper Paleolithic tools Mousterian Tools What kind of hominins are found in sites where Oldowan tools are found? __  ____________________________________________________________________ What kind of hominin made Acheulean tools? _________________________________ What tool industry is associated with the Neandertals? __________________________ How are Upper Paleolithic blades different from Mousterian points?  _____________________________________________________________________ _
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Early Hominins Lab Anthro 200 Using the pictures in the lab and information from your readings, answer the following questions. Exercise 5. List 5 of the major differences between  H. neandertalensis and H. sapiens Neandertal      H. sapiens 1. 2. 3. 4.
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Early Hominins Lab Anthro 200 Using the pictures in the lab and information from your readings, answer the following questions. 5.Exercise 6. Make a list of 5 differences between the crania of  H. floresiensis and H.  sapiens H. floresiensis H. sapiens sapiens 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Are “the hobbits” ( H. floresiensis) a separate species from H. sapiens? Why or why not?
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