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Transcript of Homo Habilis
-Louis and Mary Leaky's team found the first homo habilis remains in 1964 at Olduvaii Gorge in Tanzania, Africa
-No one has ever found an entire skeleton of a human habilis! The Homo Habilis lived around 1.4 million to 2.4 million years ago. They lived before the Homo Erectus and after the Australopithecus. Era Location Description Living Conditions Contributions Interesting Facts Homo Habilis lived in very basic shelters. The Homo Habilis was always on the move to find food. Their shelters were built out of fallen tree branches and leaves. They would stay under cliffs and hills as well. The Homo Habilis would find their food by mostly scavenging and occasionally hunting. Their diet is mostly vegetarian but contains whatever meat they can find. The Homo Habilis is supposedly the first stone makers. The choppers, core tools and smaller flakes were classified as Mode 1 technology. The Homo Habilis did not wear any clothing.
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Sources Stone Tools