Re:Early Hominid Language

Iboothby (iboothby@Direct.CA)
16 May 1995 08:11:49 GMT

There have been a dozens of studies done suggesting that Australio's,
early homo, and Neanderthals couldn't communicate as well vocally
as we do. Fossil evidence suggests that their palletes were too flat and
their jaws were the wrong shape to communicate with the same
vocal richness. As far as we know Homo Sapiens was the only member of
our species who could do so.