Mappa concettuale su l'HOMO HABILIS      STAMPARE LA MAPPA:  1) Clicca sulla  mappa (in modo che si ingrandisca); 2) clicca col tasto destro...

Mappa concettuale su l'HOMO HABILIS STAMPARE LA MAPPA: 1) Clicca sulla mappa (in modo che si ingrandisca); 2) clicca col tasto destro...

With all the buzz about Homo naledi, the newly discovered human ancestor, here’s some background that will help put it in context.

With all the buzz about Homo naledi, the newly discovered human ancestor, here’s some background that will help put it in context. Source by momoodaballa Commenti commenti

Homo habilis - KNM-ER 1813 - reconstruction by Eduard Olaru

Homo habilis - KNM-ER 1813 - reconstruction by Eduard Olaru

HOMO HABILIS (Wikipedia.org) -- 'The Oldowan Toolmaker' (appx. 1.9 to 1.2 million years ago).

Homo habilis - forensic facial reconstruction - Homo habilis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Homo Habilis Lived c. 2.33 - 1.44 million years ago.- Hominid Reconstructions Are A Blast From The Past (16 pics) - Orrazz

Homo Habilis Lived c. - million years ago.- Hominid Reconstructions Are A Blast From The Past pics) - Orrazz

Homo habilis in love by jesusgamarra

Homo habilis in love by jesusgamarra

Homo habilis

Homo habilis

2.3 mya - 1.4 mya  ~~  Homo Habilis can use a sharp-edged tool (but still makes a yummy snack for prehistoric mammals)

A reconstruction of Homo hablis at the Westfälisches Museum for Archaeology in Herne, shows it looked very different from modern humans

Homo habilis skull front view, australian nat museum

Homo habilis skull front view, australian nat museum

Homo habilis

Flores Man Split Off Before Homo Erectus

Homo habilis - which lived about million years ago in Eastern and South Africa. It is thought to have become extinct about million years ago. It was given the name "handy-man", but the oldest tools are slightly older than the genus homo.

Homo habilis - reconstruction by Cicero Moraes

Homo habilis reconstruction by Cícero Moraes

Homo habilis is a species of the tribe Hominini, during the Gelasian and early Calabrian stages of the Pleistocene period, between roughly 2.8 and 1.5 million years ago. In its appearance and morphology, H. habilis is the least similar to modern humans of all species in the genus Homo...

Homo habilis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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