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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 4% 22% million mobilephone subscribers, more than the US or EU Our early ancestors- Homo habilis,was the first to make and use stonetools. Scientists found evidence that they have lived from about 2.5 to 1.5 million years ago. It began to developinto more advanced tools throughoutthe human culture. Like: spears, handaxes, harpoons, and so on. This helped them to kill larger animals that were once beyond their limitations.Toolmaking also allowed our earlyancestors to feast on meat. Discovering fire helped early humanin many ways. See in the dark when the sun is down, receive warmth during the cold, changed their way of killing animals. And instead of eating raw meant, they ate food thatwas cooked. This helped them fromgetting diseases from bacterias in raw meat. Fire Language began around 2.5 million years ago. It made discussing different ideas, sharing different strategies and informing with one or more humans possible. Toolmaking & Meat Language Sewing 'Turning Points Early Humans' Agriculture & Living Early humans began to changetheir diet. They began eatinggrains by planting wheat andsmaller animals. Making them have a stable food source.This affected our early ancestors to settle down in one place. Homo Sapiens, also modern human learned how to use needles andthread to sew together clothingfrom animal hides. This helped early human to survive throughthe cold. Art About 130,000 years ago, Cro-Magnons created art. They carved drawing and mostly it was animals. This can tell us that our early ancestors had a strong feeling for beauty. May Lee 6-8
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