Anatomy , Behavior , and Modern Human Origins

@inproceedings{Klein2005AnatomyB,
  title={Anatomy , Behavior , and Modern Human Origins},
  author={Richard G. Klein},
  year={2005}
}
The fossil record suggests that modern human morphology evolved in Africa between 150,000 and 50,000 years ago, when the sole inhabitants of Eurasia were the Neanderthals and other equally nonmodern people. However, the earliest modern or near-modern Africans were behaviorally (archaeologically) indistinguishable from their nonmodern, Eurasian contemporaries, and it was only around 50,000-40,000 years ago that a major behavioral difference developed. Archaeological indications of this… CONTINUE READING

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