The three things I learned on the BBC site is that Chimpanzees are our closet cousins. Bipedalism is the most important difference between humans and apes. and that orangutans live 20 - 40 ft above the ground in Indoneisa. I want to know more about how we were formed. What came first dinosaurs or humans?
The three things i learned from the BBC site is that. Donald johnson and Tom gray discovered lucy was a chimpanze .That lived around 3.2milion years ago.cmimps are our closest relatives to humans and chimpanzee shared a common ancestor that live in the african rainforest 7-8 million years ago.I want to know more about is what they ate back then and how they lived. my question is how did they lived for.
The three things i learned on one of the websites was:
- Australopithecus afarenis means "Southern Ape of Afar". this ape lived in the east part of Africa
- Paleoanthropology is the study of early forms of humans and their primate ancestors
- With over 6 billion people living in the world today, human beings are a successful animal. But our species, Homo sapiens, once came close to outright extinction.
The things that I want to know about is cavemen in general and how the different cavemen or poeple get this names. Like how humans are homo sapians.
Did cave men come from one area or many areas?
While viewing the BBC website I learned that walking on two legs was one of the earliest defining characteristics of humans. I also learned that chimpanzee's and humans shared a common ancestor that lived in the african rainforest 7-8 million years ago. I also learned while on the website was that the reason the neanderthals could survive in such cold weather was because they had short, stocky bodies that were ideal for conserving heat. Two things that I would like to learn about are what the ice man ate because it was such cold weather and how the chimpanzee's lived. One question I have is that if it is true that we came from chimpanzee's then how did we get rid off all the hair they had over their bodies?
3. Three things I learned were Chimpanzees are Humans Closes cousins and thata teacher and his student discovered a chimpanzee named Lucy and she walked on two legs. The Third and Final thing I learned was than anatomically modern humans emerged in Africa roughly 100,000 years ago.
2. Two things I would like to know more about are How did they find out that the chimpanzee was named Lucy, and Where exactly did the first chimpanzees live.
1. One question I have is exactly how smart were chimpanzees back then where they smarter than us.//
Three things i learned on the BBC site were:
- Orangutans live 20-40 feet above ground.
- Chimpanzees are humans closest relatives.
- Paleonthology is the study of prehistoric life.
Two thing that i want to know more about are
- How exactly were humans created through eveloution or through God?
- How were the Neanderthals bodies made for the cold weather condition?
I dont really have any more questions…
Homo habilis have small teeth and would lay their hands on any thing they can find. The homo Hablis couldnt eat the same foods as the Bosei. Lucy was found in 1974. I want to know more about the evolution of man. I want to know more about the homa habilis. What killed off the bosei?
The three things that i learned about is that two million years ago a new species of Homo appeared and they where reconizeds as humans. Also
Homo ergaster is a skeleton that was discovered in 1984 by Alan Walker and Kamoya Kimeu at Nariokotome. And i learned that septicaemia is blood poisoning that caused one of the homo ergater's to die. I want to know more about how they lived and what they wore.
How are Homo Eraster's similar to us?
I learnt that they didn't have tools and had to make them out of things around them.
I also learnt that they had find there food and had to do everything there selfs.
How did they make there tools and how they evolved to be people.
Also how we came from there to here like from having nothing to something.
What did they really look like