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Una mandíbula hallada en Tierra Santa reescribe la prehistoria. La salida de África de los humanos modernos se adelanta 50.000 años con este hallazgo.
antonio gonzalvez saved to PREHISTORIA
Modern humans, Homo Sapiens, are now the only surviving member of the homo genus. It is almost inconceivable to us that there was a time we walked with other human species, but as the science of archaeology has progressed and more findings have been made it has become clear that the homo genus was once rife with different species.
Gricelda Valadez saved to Ancients
Human evolution infographics with development stages from single cell to homo sapiens on white background vector illustration
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Desde los primeros hominidos hasta el homo sapiens Para mas información Artículo de Wikipedia documental sobre la evolución humana
juana sitlali saved to Evolucion
There have been 5 major global ice ages. An ice age lasts for 100,000 years. There is a 10,000 year gap between them. We are overdue for the next one. Homo sapiens have been through ice ages. It has been gradually cooling for the last 50 million years. Science, in addition to studying fossils; studies the customs, habits, and physical makeup of Chimps and their cousins. Also, genetic or molecular dating studies are used. 95% of prehistory (up to 5,000 years ago,) is still based on fossil…
Zuzanna Chmara saved to Note
Charles Darwin expone su idea de la selección natural como base para la posteriormente denominada Teoría de la Evolución
kemberly shayan saved to dibujos
Antievolution legislature is gaining steam now that Tennessee's new "monkey bill" has taken effect
Janet Perez saved to Teaching - Science
The Evolution of Man - Genealogical Tree of humanity
Lizzie G saved to Human evolution
Human, Bird, and Bat Bone ComparisonFrom the outside human arms, bird wings, and bats wings look very different. Humans are covered in skin, birds are covered in feathers, and bats are covered in hair. But on the inside there are many similarities among human, bird, and bat forearms. Did you know that humans, birds, and bats have the exact same types of bones in their forearm?
Amy Staples saved to Fossils