Sunday, 28 August 2011

Human evolution explained

Recent research into early hominid remains and into the behaviour of chimpanzees demonstrates that one of the greatest drivers of human evolution was the need to develop advanced throwing and clubbing ability - in particular, the ability to throw accurately overarm and to hit something hard without losing hold of the object you were hitting with.

 Scientists now have the long-awaited proof that the foremost influence in the development of homo sapiens from australopicethines was cricket.

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