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Did Climate effect human evolution?
Transcript of Did Climate effect human evolution?
BY: Aryan and Sohom
Any change in the heritable traits within a population across generations.
STAGES OF HUMAN EVOLUTION
Synapsids-Pelycosaurs (324 MYA)
Therapsids-Biarmosuchia (229-251 MYA)
All Therapsids evolved to various types of mammals.
Our species evolved like so.
Now that we know our background information, we come back to the real question.
Did Climate effect human evolution? If so, how?
According to research and our inferences, the answer to this question is "Yes".
How It Works
The animal or person that fascinated us with the evolution of man was Lucy, and was discovered by Donald Johanson and Tom Gray.
A new species of Homo appeared about 2
million years ago. This is the first
we recognize as
Where did it happen?
How it all started
The Stages and how they effected our evolution
1.5 MYA-tropical and deserts
650,000 years ago-cold ice ages
Since then-climate is warming
Thank you for taking your time and respectively listening to our presentation.
The Homo heidelbergensis were the stage
we went through after Homo Ergaster.
A few videos by Tiolah on youtube
What is Evolution by Stated Clearly on youtube
Evolution of Man by Andrew Griffiths on youtube
From Big Bang to Man (Cassopia Project) by bdw5000 on youtube
Backround by: http://www.topnews.in/usa/neanderthals-penetrated-cold-europe-without-fire-28365
synapsid picture from: http://www.mayacafe.com/forum/mcpost.php?t=1072107578
therapsid piture from: http://en.academic.ru/dic.nsf/enwiki/2192871
therapsid evolution picture from: http://pterosaurheresies.wordpress.com/2011/10/13/the-evolution-and-origin-of-man/
Did climate effect human evolution? If so, how?