1. 5 words or phrases.
a. Number of births > number of deaths
b. The population growth is ever increasing.
c. The number of deaths increases much slower than the number of births.
d. Sustainable growth?
e. Where the heck are all of these people?
Origin of agriculture and
Why did humans become the
Rather than adjusting to their environment
mainly through biological evolution, as most
other organisms did, hominids also developed
Population Clock Link
Awareness of food production,
population needs, and cost
Our criticism of the current practices
must be tempered by our own
Culture is the sum total of ways of living
built up by a group of human bei
Animals and Changes in
Insights Gained from
Domestication of the Dog
Dogs (wolves) have adapted to live with
Selected for specific purposes
Left gaze (read human emotions)
Understand language (verbal and body)
Not domesticated wolves Gene
List of 10 non-food items that you use or have used that have their roots in
List 10 words you associate with a
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