HARRY R. ERWIN (firstname.lastname@example.org)
1 Jun 1995 14:23:31 GMT
The dry treeless savanna was a late environment for Homo. The earliest
evidence for adaption to that environment seems to be Homo ergaster (KNM-ER
15000 and other specimens). If the available post-cranial remains for H.
habilis can be trusted, it had a strong arboreal component in its motor
behavior. Ditto for the Australopithecines and Ardapithecines.
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