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Early Hominids
Early Hominids- Homo Sapiens Neanderthalensis: Neanderthal Man A while ago, in Germany’s Neader Valley, some laborers had unearthed an eccentric skeleton. It had a burly, substantial frame and an apex above its cranium, making it anthropological-like. The year was 1856. Now days, social scientists consider it to be a miscellaneous classification of Homo sapiens, or judicious menfolk, affiliates of the large-brained assembly that we belong to. Genii entitled this unit Homo sapiens neanderthalensis, or Neanderthal (nee-AN-der-tahl) Gent. The encounter in Germany led scientists think these men sauntered hunched over, while lugging their arms along the earth. The fact is, they didn’t walk like that, it was an omission, for the skeleton was of an ancient man with bone ailment. In reality, they walked erect, resembling current persons. Neanderthal men were stockier and shorter than present humans, but they were a lot burlier than us. However they had hefty brains just like us. With their intelligence, they could fashion simple tools, such as spear throwers, spears, and sledge mallets. Over 60 Neanderthal implements have been revealed so far. Requiring more planning, skill, and knowledge than earlier hominids, these tools resembled what the modern human would make. These brainy men have learned not only innovated how to make spear points, but also thin blades, completed by shaving of the top of the rock, then taking off 2-3 sharp flakes from the original rock. The natural abilities made them powerful, but their intrapersonal personalities helped them even more. Unlike their earlier brethren, they trekked in groups, and aided each other. Evidence suggests if a member was injured during a hunt, the others aided him, because there were their bones that showed serious breaks that have healed. They also had a sense of family, burying fallen family. The discovery back in 1856 was a pinnacle in today’s knowledge of the world, and many still ponder the mysteries of the early man. Jeremy Yang
Category: My articles | Added by: Cerberus2000 (2013-03-01)
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