- 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
- BY. ARTHUR S. BOYD, Jr.
- 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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- Designer I indicated that. RP "... puts something in front of the client up front-- really earlyMand helps them see what their final project product is going to look like.
- 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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