Homo Ergaster


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A hominid species that lived between 1.8 and 1.3 million years ago in eastern and southern Africa; most—not all—experts regard H ergaster as a distinct species and the direct ancestor of H erectus; he was tall and appears to have used stone tools, despite his relatively diminutive, great ape-sized cranial cavity
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21), aunque debe reconocerse la existencia de estudios de denticion desde los que se plantea la hipotesis de que la especie Homo georgicus pudo dar origen al Homo erectus y al Homo ergaster en Eurasia (Bermudez de Castro, 2012).
El poema celebra la hermandad con lo de arriba, con la propia alma, y, se diria, aun con el homo ergaster, que leyendo los mismos astros comprendio el mismo misterio, tambien sin entenderlo:
There is "Turkana boy:' a member of the species Homo ergaster, the first humans to venture out of Africa.
sapiens series with a shared common ancestor in the earlier Homo ergaster specimen KNM ER-3733.
Bennett's team identifies the ancestor as an early Africa-based Homo erectus, or Homo ergaster as some scientists call it.
The fact that we are able to fall for someone in literally the blink of an eye is all thanks to homo ergaster, one of mankind's earliest ancestors who flourished in Africa around two million years ago.
Si la propuesta se llega a aceptar en la comunidad cientifica internacional, al menos 2 especies (el Homo rudolfensis y el Homo habilis) tendrian que ser descartadas y, al ser la primera especie en cumplir con todos los requisitos, el Homo ergaster vendria a convertirse en nuestro antepasado mas antiguo.
Se ha llamado Homo ergaster a esta especie, que incluye fosiles muy bien conservados, principalmente el llamado "Turkana Boy", un esqueleto parcial de un joven de elevada estatura y proporciones delgadas y verticales, similares a las de los actuales habitantes de las llanuras del Serengeti.
The Anglo-American team argue that the crown belonging to Man's earliest forebear should instead go to Homo ergaster, who arrived on the evolutionary scene several hundred thousand years after Homo habilis.
Asi, se han encontrado restos fosiles de nuestros antepasados, Homo ergaster y Homo erectus, en Asia y Europa.
After freeing the shoulder blades from the surrounding rock, Green and Alemseged digitized them using a Microscribe, and then took detailed measurements to characterize their shape and function, comparing them to the rare shoulder fossils of other early human relatives: Homo ergaster ("Turkana Boy"), Homo floresiensis ("The Hobbit"), A.