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Chimpanzees have 48 chromosomes, two more than humans. Chromotose Evolution is technically defined as:
"a gradual process in which something changes
into a different and usually more
complex or better form
." As it is most famously used
, "evolution" is the process by which
an organism becomes more sophisticated over
time and in response to its environment. A trace of an organism

of a past geologic age

such as a skeleton or leaf imprint,

embedded and preserved in

the earth's crust. What is the genetic connection between homosapians and chimpanzees? Teacher: Noga Reshef
Student: David Kemble
Class: 12 Archeology is the scientific

study of past cultures and

the way people lived based

on the things they left behind The main thoery behind this is that two human chromotose cojined
and formed into one chromotose #2 Humans and chimps have DNA that are 96 percent the same.

However, within the 4 percent of our DNA that is not shared

lies the explenation for our different appearances and behavuor.
Chimpanzees have 48 chromosomes, two more than humans chromosomes Evolution DNA Archeology Chimpanzees Homosapians Charles Darwin Alfred Wagner Fossils Chromosomes Bones skulls Paleontology uses fossils of organisms

to learn about the conditions on earth during

their lifetime. The changes in particular species

of organisms also helps to answer questions

concerning evolution. His idea was that the Earth's
continents were

once joined together,
but gradually moved

apart over millions of years. Human timeline Thesis Question * Brain Comparrisment Skull Shape Bone Structure Jaw conclusion Sources www.wikipedia.org

www.photography.nationalgeographic.com

www.dictionary.reference.com

www.humanorigins.si.edu scientific communities opinion Most scientist believe that humans didn't evolve
from chimpanzees but that they evolved from
previous early humans
(homo: erectus, hebelbergensis,neanderthalensis,floresiensis My opinion I belive that we evolved from early humans but that they evolved from chimpanzees Charles Darwin was an English naturalist and geoligist

was best known for his theory of evolution.

He wrote the book( "the origin of species". ) Thank You For Listening SHABBAT SHALOM Homo Erectus Lived: 1.89 million - 143,000 years ago Homo Hebelbergensis Lived: 700,000 - 200,000 years ago Homo Neanderthalensis Lived: 200,000 - 28,000 years ago Homo Floresiensis Lived: 95,000 - 17,000 years ago Homo Sapiens Lived: 200,000 - present Lucy is the name given to the remains

of the oldest remains of a human being

ever found. She is approximately

3.18 million years old Australopithecus Afaensis Lived:3.8 million- 2.96 million years ago Lucy Found in 1972 I believe in
evolution and natural
selection 1. More organisms are produced than can survive because of limited resources
2. Organisms struggle for the necessities of life, there is competition for resources
3.Organisms with suitable variations will survive and reproduce (the fittest survives)
4. Species whose individuals are best adapted survive others become extinct
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