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Early Humans

Early Humans

A Chelsea House Title

Thom Holmes

Narrated by John Pruden

Available from Audible


Book published by Chelsea House


The human species is relatively new to the planet in geologic terms. With origins reaching back only a few million years, the rise of humans from primate ancestors is a remarkable evolutionary success story. Early Humans traces the beginnings of the human species, its success and adaptability, and the development of such innovations as human language and culture. In exploring human origins, provocative questions arise concerning the human species: how are we different from each other, is there a biological basis for race, and what does the future hold for human evolution?

Chelsea House titles offer informative, well written introductions to a wide variety of subjects.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Introduction

Early Hominins and the Emergence of the Genus Homo

Archaic Homo Species

Premodern Humans of the Genus Homo

The Emergence of Modern Humans— Homo sapiens

Conclusion: Human Evolution in a Changing World





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