Unit 7-8 Quiz
Unit 7-8 Quiz ANTH 1000
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Unit 7-8 Quiz 1. According to the National Geographic article “The Other Humans: Neanderthals Revealed”, the average Neanderthal needed about 5,000 calories a day to stay alive. This high calorie requirement is believed to be the reason that Neanderthal women and children: Joined in the hunt with adult males 2. Which technological innovation allowed H. erectus to migrate into more temperate regions in the Old World by providing a source of warmth and a way to soften tough foods such as plant material? Fire 3. According to your textbook, which of the following hominins are thought to be the first to make and use stone tools for butchering animals for meat and marrow? Australopithecus garhi 4. The robust anatomical features of A. boisei evolved to help the species cope with which of the following? A diet based on tough and fibrous vegetation 5. According to the “fossil clock” created by Wolpoff and described in the chapter on Early Hominins, at approximately what time did the earliest mammals appear? 10:45 pm 6. The reduction in the size of the teeth, lower jaw and chewing muscles in H. erectus is likely a result of: The increase in meat in their diet 7. Which of our hominin ancestors was the first to migrate out of Africa? H. erectus 8. The stone tool technology that is associated with Homo habilis (Handy Man) is known as: Oldowan 9. Which hominin is often compared to H. habilis because it existed in the same region, shares similar features, and died out at about the same time as H. habilis? H. rudolfensis 10. According to the chapter reading, we know more about our evolutionary past in Europe than other parts of the Old World because: Archaeology and fossil hunting have been occurring in Europe longer than in Asia and Africa
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