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Homo Heidelbergensis 3D Model
Homo heidelbergensis, -700 000 to -200 000 BCE, Africa and Europe. Musée du cinquantenaire (Brussels, Belgium). Made with ReMake and ReCap Pro from AutoDesk.
This ancestor was a great migrator. Some populations migrated to Europe, where they gave Homo neanderthalis; while those who remained in Africa have evolved into Modern Men (Homo sapiens). This period delivered wooden hunting weapons that were machined with good sharp stone tools. This implies a society that begins to structure itself to make the tools, the weapons, to process the slaughtered animals.
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