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early man: see human evolution human evolution, theory of the origins of the human species, Homo sapiens.

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THE BOYD FAMILY - earlyMaine.org
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Maine Genealogical Society's 2011 Annual Family History
maintained www.earlymaine.org, a website dedicated to sharing pertinent information relating to Maine history and genealogy.
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Early man shed his hair gradually to cope with the heat of active, foraging
It's still a mystery why we stood up in the first place Two of the puzzles about early man are why we lost our fur - and why we started running about on two feet. One of them, at least, appears to have been solved.
Early man lost his fur to stay cool while running around on 2 feet
London, Dec 15 (ANI): Early man shed his hair gradually to cope with the heat of active, foraging lifestyle, a new study has suggested. Previously scientists have speculated that man first 'stood up' as a means of keeping cooler.
Make mine a jumbo: Early man 'lived on' elephant meat - so much so we wiped
Unlike other primates, early humans - and our cousins - can't digest plant fibre. Our evolutionary predecessors were short on rich, easy meals - except one.
Was a keen sense of smell the key ingredient that allowed early man to outpace
By Rob Waugh Neanderthal man: Was one of our crucial 'advantages' over our ancestors that we could smell better - and thus evolve advanced behaviours such as recognising family members and acting in groups?
Evidence found of early man's deep-sea fishing skills
Ecavation site showing fish bones and hooks at a cave in East Timor. New research published in the journal Science suggests humans were deep-sea fishing 42000 years ago, much earlier than believed.

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