April 15, 2020
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How did we get here?
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First primitive primates evolve
Hominidae (great apes) evolve from the ancestors of the gibbon.
First gorillas evolve. Later, chimp and human lineages diverge
Ardipithecus, early 'proto-human' shares traits with chimps and gorillas
Aple-like early humans, the Australopithecines appeared. They had brains no larger than a chimpanzee's but other more human-like features.
Zigzag drawings by homo erectus
Earliest drawings by homo sapiens
Homo sapiens moves out of Africa
Neanderthals and homo sapiens diverge
Paranthropus, lived in woods and had massive jaws for chewing
Homo habalis first thought to have appeared in Africa
First "modern" hand appears
Homo sapiens appear in Africa
Homo sapiens appears in Europe
Domestication of dogs
Australopithecus africanus lived in africa
Pleistocene - End of which marks "end" of last ice age
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