Middle Awash Valley
a place in Ethiopia
A person who gets food by hunting wild animals and gatherings(foraging) wild plants, roots, nuts, berries, and later hunter gathers fished.
the attitudes, beliefs, customs, traditions, art, and achievements of a society that are passed from one generation to another
the remains or imprint of a plant or animal from the past geological age.
a social scientist who studies the behavior and the physical, social, and culture development of humans
a scientist of the forms of life existing in former geologic periods, as represented by their fossils.
a scientist who studies the origin, history and structure of the earth
an animal with two feet used for walking erect/upright
3.2 million years ago a partial skeleton of a female Australopithecus Afarresis discovered at Hadar in Ethiopia
an animal, especially a mammal, having four feet.
a chief or leader. The highest order of mammals= a group including man, monkeys, gorillas, and chimpanzees.
any process of formation or growth; development
the first people that lived about three million years ago
a ravine in Tanzania in which is located a site containing Australopithecine and human skeletal and cultural remains
an object made by humans that is of archaeological or historical interest
a combining form meaning "stone"
the earliest period of human development called The Old Stone Age ended in 750,00 BCE
last part of the Stone Age
a period from about 1,500,00 B.C. to 8000 B.C. during which much of the Earth was covered periodically by glaciers
to change/make suitable for a specific use or situation. To adjust to a new conditions or habitat.